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Govt stands firm on 'no lockdown' message, pins hopes on vaccination surge
The political leadership in Greece is insisting that it will not be following the lead of other European countries by imposing further public health restrictions in the approach to the Christmas holidays, but instead is focussing all efforts on boosting vaccination uptake.
With hospitals already under severe stress and health authorities anticipating the potential effects of the Omicron variant, the government says it is satisfied by the recent uptick in vaccination rates and an apparent decline in the infection rate.
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