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Greek authorities are said to have set a milestone this Friday to decide whether additional measures will be required to halt a surge in Covid-19 cases related to travel during the peak of the holiday season.
The country reported 150 new cases on Monday, 18 of which were at entry points, and half of which were recorded in Athens and Thessaloniki. This represents a slight decline on previous days, however the authorities are taking a cautious approach, in lig...
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