November 24 According to a report by the China-Greek Times, Georgiadis, the Greek Minister of Development and Investment, announced that the government has studied the possibility of reopening the economy again many times, or gradually lifting the blockade before Christmas, at least in some key industries.
“We will be very cautious about opening up the economy and retaining the possibility of opening up certain sectors of the economy, such as seasonal goods and toy stores,” said Georgiadis. However, he stressed that the corresponding decision must be approved by experts before it can be made.
It is reported that industries that are prone to the virus will not open up, or the lockdown cycle will continue to extend. At the same time, the market will operate under strict epidemic prevention conditions, such as wearing masks and maintaining safe distances.
Greece’s second blockade measures will expire on November 30 local time. As the epidemic continues to spread in the country, health experts predict that Greece’s blockade measures will be extended for at least one week.
Also sources revealed that the Greek government may decide on the issue of how markets will be opened and how to open in the next few days.