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Economic relief eyed as Greece launches fourth round of lockdown easing
The fourth stage of the easing of Greece’s lockdown began on Monday, when cafes and restaurants were permitted to welcome sitting customers – another move that the government hopes will ease the economic impact of the Covid-19 crisis.
The re-opening of the food service sector came a week ahead of planned and amid pressure from business owners who felt that their interests were not being best looked after by the government.
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