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The Greek government cancels all flights to and from Italy

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The Greek government decided to cancel all scheduled trips according to the timetable to and from Italy due to the outbreak of the Coronavirus there.

It is planned that more doctors and nurses be appointed and appointed to public hospitals there.

On Thursday, the Greek Ministry of Health announced the first death from Coronavirus, of a 67-year-old man.


The Greek news network reported in urgent news today that the patient announced his infection with the virus a few days ago and was taken to hospital.

Health experts expect a rise in the number of infections during the next three or four weeks before a summer lull due to the onset of spring in May, and then again in October, as concerns over the spread of the Coronavirus escalate.

With the number of cases rising to 89 cases on Sunday, Greek Prime Minister Kyriakos Mitsotakis is expected to impose additional measures to contain it.

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