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With the holiday season drawing to a close amid a surge in coronavirus infections, opening schools has become the latest challenge for the government in Athens.
On Monday, Education Minister Niki Kerameus gave a press conference in which it was widely expected that she would announce the date for schools reopening, which had provisionally been set for September 7. In her announcement, the minister defended the ...
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