The total number of confirmed cases of Covid-19 in Greece is around 70,000 kindergartens
November 14, according to the Greek “Greek Times” report, and at the 13th local time, the Greek National Public Health Organization (EODY) announced that there were 3,038 new confirmed cases of the epidemic in Greece during the past 24 hours, a total of 69,675 ; New there were 38 deaths and a total of 997 cases. Primary schools and kindergartens in Greece may be affected by the COVID-19 virus.
On November 7 local time, in Athens, Greece, a policeman was checking the driver’s certificate to determine the purpose of his trip. In order to contain the epidemic, from 6 a.m. local time at 7, Greece has entered a three-week lockdown. The new restrictions will ban travel between regions.
According to reports, Greece has implemented a full blockade for about a week, but the spread of the Coronavirus has not been effectively controlled yet. Especially in Thessaloniki, the second largest city, the epidemic situation is particularly severe.
Mayor of Thessaloniki Zivas said on the 12th: “The current situation in the city is very bad. The hospital is under tremendous stifling pressure. The Covid-19 virus is out of control, and the number of new cases and seriously ill patients is increasing day by day.”
He pointed out that Covid-19 has lasted for a long time, and some people have suffered from “Covid-19 fatigue”, which ignores the epidemic and contravenes the regulations for the prevention of Covid-19. This is the main reason for the spread of the virus in the city.
Fossas is a member of the medical staff in the intensive care unit of a hospital in Thessaloniki. “The hospital’s capacity has reached its limit, and the intensive care unit is operating at full capacity,” he said.
Primary schools and kindergartens may close in epidemic-affected Greece. When the school is closed, remote tutoring will be used for teaching. The Greek Minister of Education will announce further details on 15th.
Greek Prime Minister Mizotakis said at a government video conference on the thirteenth day that once the vaccine is launched, all Greek citizens will have free vaccination opportunities, this time most likely in the first half of 2021.