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The first small step towards lifting the lockdown was made on Tuesday, as it was announced that courts of first instance and land registry offices would open on April 27 with a restricted range of services.
In his daily briefing, government spokesman Stelios Petsas said that the prime minister would be addressing the nation on or around April 27, the date on which most current measures expire, to lay out the roadmap for lifting the lockdown.
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