71% of Greeks agree with the restrictions for unvaccinated

More and more parents are suing teachers who do not allow their children into a class without a negative test

71% of Greeks agree with the restrictions for unvaccinated. In Greece, fines of 300 euros are imposed on unvaccinated people in restaurants. Restaurants are also closing. Meanwhile, students organize parties without masks, regardless of police orders. A survey shows that most Greeks accept bans on unvaccinated people, BNR reports.

More than 3,000 people are newly infected with coronavirus in Greece every day. Authorities are checking en masse for compliance with the restrictions. Police say fines of 76,000 euros have been imposed per day and 9 establishments have had their licenses revoked.

The regions of northern Greece have had very high levels of the virus for more than a month, doctors say, urging people to get vaccinated.

Thessaloniki, Drama and Xanthi are again raising the level of hospitalized, according to the Ministry of Health.

In connection with the measures, more and more parents are filing a lawsuit against teachers who do not allow children in the classroom without a negative test.

The authorities cannot overcome the resistance of students who gather on holidays in the faculties without masks and distance. Police are responding to the illegal gathering of more than 2,000 students at the universities of Thessaloniki and Patras.


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