The new Joint Ministerial Decision on the extension of the time of branch closures to April 11 has been released in 66 sectors of the economy due to coronavirus .
The previous decision was for the period 14/3/2020 to 27/3/2020, while the Joint Ministerial Decision (JMD) issued by the Ministers for Development, Citizenship, Labor, Health, Culture, Home Affairs and Infrastructure and Transport published in Government Gazette states that the measure is extended in April.
According to the new JMC the sectors that will remain closed are:
1. Other retail trade in non-specialized stores, other than convenience stores and kiosks, as well as e-shop or e-shop delivery services.
2. Retail sale of computers, peripherals, and software in specialized stores.
3. Retail sale of telecommunications equipment in specialized stores.
4. Retail sale of audio and video equipment in specialized stores.
5. Retail sale of textiles in specialized stores.
6. Retail sale of hardware, paints and glass in specialized stores.
7. Retail sale of carpets, rugs and floor and wall coverings in specialized stores.
8. Retail sale of electrical household appliances in specialized stores.
9. Retail sale of furniture, lighting and other household goods in specialized stores.
10. Retail sale of books in specialized stores.
11. Retail trade of newspapers and stationery in specialized stores, other than retail trade of newspapers.
12. Retail sale of music and video recordings in specialized stores.
13. Retail sale of sports equipment in specialized stores.
14. Retail of toys of all kinds in specialized stores.
16. Retail sale of footwear and leather goods in specialized stores.
17. Retail sale of cosmetics and toiletries in specialized stores, except retail of toilet paper, napkins, scarves and towels, paper towels and tablecloths.
18. Retail sale of watches and jewelery in specialized stores.
19. Other retail trade of new goods in specialized stores, except retail trade of cleaning materials, retail trade of fuel oil, LPG, coal and timber, retail trade of raw agricultural commodities. machinery and equipment nec ..
20. Retail sale of used goods in stores.
21. Retail sale of textiles, clothing and footwear in open-air markets and markets.
22. Retailing of other goods in open-air markets and markets, except stationery, cleaning and personal care.
23. Vacation rentals and other short-term seasonal accommodation.
24. Campgrounds, facilities for recreational vehicles and trailers.
25. Restaurant and mobile catering services activities.
26. Event catering activities.
27. Drinking activities (dance centers, refreshments, coffee bars, cafes, cafes, entertainment centers, etc.).
28. Film screening activities.
29. Renting and renting of leisure and sporting goods.
30. Rental of video cassettes and discs.
31. Renting and renting of other personal or household goods.
32. Organization of conferences and trade fairs (CA 8230), concerts and art events.
33. Activities of amateur driving schools, excluding distance education.
34. Operation of auditoriums and related activities.
35. Activities of libraries and archives.
36. Museum activities.
37. Operation of historic sites and buildings and similar visitor attractions, as well as archaeological sites.
38. Activities of botanical and zoo and natural habitats.
39. Gambling and betting (casinos, casinos, etc.), excluding online gambling services and online gambling services.
40. Operation of sports facilities
41. Sports club activities.
42. Fitness facilities.
43. Other sports activities.
44. Activities of amusement parks and other theme parks.
45. Other entertainment and entertainment activities.
46. Activities of hairdressers, barber shops and beauty salons.
47. Physical wellness activities
48. Retail sale of flowers.
49. Retail sale of dried plants.
50. Retail sale of cut flowers and their buds, flower arrangements, as well as bouquets, wreaths and the like.
51. Retail sale of parts of plants, herbs, mosses and lichens suitable for decorative use.
52. Retail – after import – flowers.
53. Services provided by canteens of sports facilities.
54. Services provided by school canteens.
55. Services provided by student restaurants.
56. Services of cultural associations and associations.
57. Non-sport recreational club services.
58. Dating or courier services.
59. Shoe polishing services.
60. Tattoo services.
61. Prostitution services.
62. Decoration services for churches, halls, etc. (for weddings, baptisms, funerals and other events).
63. Body piercing services.
64. Road transport vehicle inspection services, excluding IKTEOs having an approved – licensed automatic heavy duty vehicle inspection line for the technical inspection of lorries and buses operating international transport.
65. Services provided by playgrounds.
66. Services provided by Open Elderly Care Centers (KAPI).
All organized beaches, ski resorts, ski lifts, all sports facilities and fitness facilities will remain closed until April 11.
With regard to the operation of optical stores and hearing aids, this can only be done by telephone on a need-call telephone provided by the shopkeepers.
Commercial shops within the ports and airports of the country are allowed to operate. While it is forbidden to operate retail outlets operating in partnership with all shops-in-a-shop, located in outlets, shopping centers or discount villages, with the exception of supermarkets and pharmacies, provided they have independent entrance for consumers.
In private businesses, whose operation is not prohibited, their administrations must ensure that the proportion of one person per 15 sq. M. and the minimum distance of 2 meters between them, as well as the non-tailing of more than 5 persons. It is also not prohibited to carry out operations without the presence of the public in private companies whose operation is prohibited.
Source – iefimerida.gr