As Sotiris Tsiodras informed, 72 more confirmed cases of coronary heart disease have been recorded in our country in the last 24 hours. Unfortunately, there were 3 more deaths, bringing the total to 93 in Greece.
Mr. Tsiodras also informed about the EODY tests in the homeless structure of the Municipality of Athens.
As he said, the measures have been working in recent days, and this promising course must not change.
As he said, it is important for all of us to maintain our physical and mental health, but with respect to what must be applied.
Commenting on pictures with a lot of people in some parts of the country, Mr. Tsiodras said that of course, and especially as the weather opens up, one can go for a walk, stating that 30 minutes a day is a good time.
However, he reminded that we must always keep our distance, avoid overcrowding and always keep in mind to protect vulnerable groups.
“We seem to have escaped the storm”
Mr Tsiodras once again stressed that the course of the virus depends on the world, and that in the coming weeks, but also now, the world seems to have generally complied with the measures and avoided a “storm”. However, it is not yet time to relax.
Hardalia: 4 cases in the Roma camp in Larissa
Regarding the Roma camp in Larissa, which was visited by Nikos Hardalias and Sotiris Tsiodras, the Deputy Minister of Civil Protection said that 4 people were found to be positive for the virus.
He thanked the majority of Roma settlements in the area for their cooperation and discipline in the measures,