Greece toughens quarantine: restaurants, museums, theaters are closed

Greece toughens quarantine

In Greece, restaurants, bars, museums and theaters are closed for a month due to the deteriorating situation with the coronavirus. The country will also expand its curfew.

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Writes about this agency Reuters.

All entertainment and sports facilities will be closed from Tuesday, November 3, in northern and the Attica region, which includes the capital of Athens.

3.9 million people live in Attica, about 1.5 million in the northern regions.

The curfew, which restricts night-time movement and which so far has only been in place in areas hardest hit by the epidemic, will be expanded across the country.

The country has reported fewer coronavirus cases than most European countries, but there has been a gradual rise in infections since early October.

Recall that in Belgium, due to a large number of cases of coronavirus, a nationwide is being introduced.

We also wrote that in France tens of thousands of Parisians are leaving the city before the start of a new nationwide quarantine, which came into effect from midnight on October 30.

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