Economic relief eyed as Greece launches fourth round of lockdown easing

PoliticsGreek Politics Tags: Covid, New Democracy, Pensions
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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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