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Greece has become global role model to beat COVID-19? Coronavirus News Greece was swift in implementing measures of social distancing after its first case of COVID-19 surfaced in late February,

Greece has become global role model to beat COVID-19? Coronavirus News Greece was swift in implementing measures of social distancing after its first case of COVID-19 surfaced in late February, imposing a nationwide lockdown days later which is being respected with few exceptions across the country. #GreeceCoronavirus #GreeceCOVID-19 #CoronavirusNews About Channel: WION -The World is …

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Officials stress it is too early to relax restrictions

As scientists warn that social distancing measures might have to remain in place to some degree for up to two years before natural immunity to the coronavirus has been established, government officials said on Wednesday it is too early to talk about relaxing a lockdown imposed last month. Greek Health Ministry spokesman Sotiris Tsiodras said it is “too soon” …

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Recession looms before breather in 2021 EIRINI CHRYSOLORA

Memories of Greece’s bailout years are returning as a result of the macroeconomic shocks caused by the Covid-19 pandemic, according to the International Monetary Fund, which however is also predicting a return to growth in 2021. The Greek economy is expected to contract by 10 percent in 2020. It’s the highest rate in the eurozone, as tourism plays …

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Bill Gates Says the Coronavirus Will Change Life Forever. Here’s How to Adapt www.inc.com/ By Justin BarisoAuthor, EQ Applied@JustinJBariso

THE CORONAVIRUS CRISIS Bill Gates Says the Coronavirus Will Change Life Forever. Here’s How to Adapt In a recent interview, Bill Gates shared some predictions about the new normal that can help your company. Last week, Microsoft co-founder Bill Gates went live on LinkedIn to answer questions about the novel coronavirus, including what we should expect life …

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Five children hospitalized in Thessaloniki with Covid-19 www.Athenshow.com

Five children hospitalized in Thessaloniki with Covid-19 TAGS:Coronavirus Five children with Covid-19 illness have been admitted to Ippokratio General Hospital in Thessaloniki over the past 30 days, three of them over the last 48 hours, the head of a pediatric clinic at the hospital told state-run Athens-Macedonian News Agency (ANA-MPA) on Monday. Speaking to ANA-MPA, …

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Restrictions to be eased in phases COSTIS P. PAPADIOCHOS www.athenshow.com

The government’s plan for a return to normality starting on May 10 will be implemented gradually and in phases on the condition that the coronavirus curve continues to flatten. The lifting of the measures could even be completed by as early as July if things go as planned and there is no resurgence of the virus. …

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Wuhan lab was performing coronavirus experiments on bats from the caves where the disease is believed to have originated – with a £3m grant from the US

Wuhan Institute of Virology undertook coronavirus experiments on bats They were captured more than 1,000 miles away in Yunnan Sequencing of the Covid-19 genome has traced it to bats from Yunnan’s caves Accident at the laboratory in the Chinese city was ‘no longer being discounted’  The laboratory at the centre of scrutiny over the pandemic …

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According to the Economist, the damage to tourism is frightening

source: https://arthro.gr/ikonomia/53981/tromaktiki-i-zimia-ston-tourismo-symfona-me-to-economist/?fbclid=IwAR0zLTZLLewfy8Gea_W2SwyiojJ7eBOo6mz_BqRrd4NMxNvikPMCigNmOpQ In an article in The Economist, he focuses on the Greek economy and in particular on the problems that are expected to arise due to the pandemic of the coronary artery. The main pillar of the article is the  dependence of the Greek economy on the tourism sector. The preface of the article is a review …