On December 18th, local time, according to the news of Greek state television, Hadalias, the Deputy Minister of Civil Protection of Greece, announced that there are currently 397 active cases of COVID-19 infection in the Kozani region of northwest Greece, and 81 people are hospitalized. The median age of the patients is 53 years old, and the COVID-19 epidemic is more serious.
Therefore, it was decided that the region will implement the “enhanced version” of epidemic prevention restrictions from the 19th. Specifically, including: within the next 7 days from the 19th, the curfew in the area will be advanced from 22 p.m. to 5 a.m. to 18:00 p.m. to 5 a.m. the next day; cancel the “online order + physical store pickup” mode for retail stores; suspend the operation of barbershops, beauty salons and outdoor fairs; residents of the area will Receive rapid testing for COVID-19 virus, etc.
On the 17th, Hadalyas announced the first three cities to implement “enhanced” anti-epidemic restrictions.
So far, four regions of Greece have been severely implementing additional epidemic prevention restrictions due to the COVID-19 epidemic in Kozani, Elevsina, Manzla and Aspropigos.