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Greece strengthens anti-epidemic patrol during the holiday, and will dispatch helicopters and drones for high-altitude patrols.

Greece strengthens anti-epidemic patrol during the holiday, and will dispatch helicopters and drones for high-altitude patrols.

December 23rd local time, Greek police spokesman Kronopoulos said that from the 24th, during traditional festivals and New Year’s holidays, the Greek police will increase patrols at highway toll stations, airports, wharves, long-distance bus stations, squares and major roads in cities.

In addition, in order to prevent people from holding illegal gatherings on their courtyards and roofs during festivals, the police will dispatch 4,000 to 5,000 helicopters and drones to patrol at high altitudes.

If illegal gatherings are found, the masses can report to the police, and the police can enter the residents’ homes for inspection according to the report.

People who violate the relevant regulations will face a fine of 300 euros, and in serious cases, they will be criminally liable and the police can arrest them.

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