Increase in Covid-19 cases prompts tighter measures amid opposition criticism

PoliticsGreek Politics Tags: Coronavirus, New Democracy, Reforms, SYRIZA
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The Greek government has tightened emergency measures after a surge in Covid-19 cases raised fears of an early second wave of the pandemic.

The measures, which reverse aspects of the lockdown easing, come on the eve of the first direct flights from the United Kingdom and Sweden which are scheduled for June 15 and June 22 respectively. They include stricter requirements at entry points, more...

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