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Growing pressure on the health system and the threat of a new wave of Covid-19 infections as holidaymakers return to the cities have prompted the Greek government to announce a new raft of public health measures for the autumn.
Presenting the measures on Tuesday, Health Minister Vassilis Kikilias prefaced his statements by saying that unlike the previous year’s lockdowns, the restrictions due to take effect would apply only to the unvaccinated.
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