January 15th local time, Greek media reported that Greek government spokesman Christos Tarantilis said
“The economic damage caused by the blockade measures caused by the COVID-19 pandemic to Greece is about 3 billion euros a month
and may even More.” In recent days, the number of new confirmed cases of COVID-19 in
Greece has gradually declined, and other epidemiological data do not show a trend of worsening the epidemic.
Therefore, the government may announce on the 15th that some anti-epidemic lockdown measures will be relaxed from next week.
Sources indicate that the Greek government may resume the “online ordering-offline pick-up”
business of retail stores from January 18; barbershops, bookstores will reopen, etc.