However, in Athens, as well as in the capital district, most shops remain closed or only receive orders and home delivery.
On Friday, the Greek government decided to reopen secondary schools across the country from next week, but tightened restrictions on the coronavirus epidemic in the capital region, where nearly 40 percent of the population lives.
After the opening of kindergartens and primary schools on January 11th, it has been a priority for the Greek government to reopen secondary schools. However, in Athens, as well as in the capital district, most shops remain closed or only receive orders and home delivery.
The Spanish news agency EFE reports that the spread of the virus in recent weeks has made it necessary to ease restrictions less and to be more careful about reopening institutions. Experts suggested the aforementioned measures after the number of recorded infections with the Coronavirus daily rose from about 400 to more than a thousand overnight. According to the Ministry of Health
In the capital region, where nearly half of the cases were recorded, 61 percent of the beds in the intensive care units were occupied, while the number of people requiring hospital treatment was increasing, as more people were hospitalized in The last days are more than those eligible for Coronavirus.
In Greece, the number of people infected with the Coronavirus increased by 941 people to 155,678 people during the past day, and the number of deaths due to infection increased by 22 people, to 5764.