Covid-19 outbreak: ICU cases, daily related fatalities in Greece at same levels as last week
The number of ICU patients suffering from Covid-19 and related deaths reported over the 24-hour period remained high on Monday, by Greek standards, although new single-day instances of the virus eased, due to the lower tests conducted over the weekend.
Interior minister signals intent to lift most restrictions on Greek citizens abroad voting from their place of residence
Greece's interior minister on Monday more-or-less surprised the opposition by tabling a draft amendment, composed of a single article, essentially lifting all restrictions on a process for Greek citizens abroad to vote from their place of residence.
Greek vax com't oks AstraZeneca jab for people above the age of 30
The head of Greece national committee for vaccinations, medical professor Maria Theodoridou, on Monday said more than 380,000 doses of the AstraZeneca vaccine for Covid-19 have been conducted in the country, with only one incident of side effects reported so far to the relevant European pharmaceutical authority.