The ban on the sale of alcohol at kiosks, as well as the imposition of opening hours at kiosks and convenience stores, are the two immediate measures the government would consider, in order to stop the alarming spread of the new coronavirus in the countryside. According to reports, the new measures could be announced by Undersecretary for Civil Protection Nikos Hardalias on Friday afternoon during the standard briefing.
The second epidemic wave in Greece remains of particular concern, with more than 300 cases per day, said Gikas Majorkinis. As Mr. Majorkinis said, EODY continues its interventions in central parts of Athens, such as Kypseli, Vathis Square and America Square. He noted that focusing on the mask is the only appropriate solution for citizens’ self-protection against the coronavirus.
Hardalias: We are at a critical point
The spread and stopping of the pandemic is up to all of us individually, the Deputy Minister of Civil Protection said in his message. From midnight to 5 a.m., suspension of operations is required for kiosks, convenience stores (mini markets) and wineries. The measure will be valid from 5:00 a.m. on 09/26/2020 and will be valid until October 4.