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ATHENS - The National Public Health Organisation (EODY) on Wednesday said that there was continued vigilance in order to promptly detect cases of acute and unexplained hepatitis in children, without any sign of widespread incidence in Greece.

ATHENS - A 65-year-old woman suffering from Hansen's disease (popularly known as leprosy) is being treated in hospital in good condition, according to an announcement on Wednesday.

ATHENS - A 65-year-old woman suffering from Hansen's disease (popularly known as leprosy) is being treated in hospital in good condition, according to an announcement on Wednesday.

ATHENS - Becoming infected with monkeypox presents a very low risk to Greece's general population, according to current data, said the country's National Vaccination Committee on Tuesday.

ATHENS - Becoming infected with monkeypox presents a very low risk to Greece's general population, according to current data, said the country's National Vaccination Committee on Tuesday.

ATHENS - No monkeypox virus was detected in the laboratory examination of a sample from the suspected case involving a man who is being treated at Attiko Hospital, according to health ministry sources on Monday.

ATHENS - No monkeypox virus was detected in the laboratory examination of a sample from the suspected case involving a man who is being treated at Attiko Hospital, according to health ministry sources on Monday.

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Greece Ranks 1st in Europe in Management of Waste Lubricating Oils

ATHENS - The National Collective System for Alternative Management of Waste Lubricating Oils (ENDIALE) recorded a performance above the corresponding European ones in 2021 and exceeded national targets, according to figures released on Monday.

ATHENS - The National Collective System for Alternative Management of Waste Lubricating Oils (ENDIALE) recorded a performance above the corresponding European ones in 2021 and exceeded national targets, according to figures released on Monday.

Some Greek Medical Schools Will Offer Courses in English

ATHENS - Reaching out to foreign students and trying to boost their standing in world rankings, more medical schools in Greece will offer courses in English.

ATHENS - Reaching out to foreign students and trying to boost their standing in world rankings, more medical schools in Greece will offer courses in English.

WWF Report Cites Lapses in Greece’s Repeated Wildfires Response

ATHENS - Prime Minister Kyriakos Mitsotakis’ acknowledgement there there were problems in dealing with hundreds of simultaneous wildfires across Greece in the summer of 2021 - and other years - didn’t reveal the extent of the mismanagement, showed a report by the environmental group WWF.

ATHENS - Prime Minister Kyriakos Mitsotakis’ acknowledgement there there were problems in dealing with hundreds of simultaneous wildfires across Greece in the summer of 2021 - and other years - didn’t reveal the extent of the mismanagement, showed a report by the environmental group WWF.

Battery-Powered Greek Island Bets on Green Future (Photos)

TILOS, Greece — When deciding where to test green tech, Greek policymakers picked the remotest point on the map: tiny Tilos.

TILOS, Greece — When deciding where to test green tech, Greek policymakers picked the remotest point on the map: tiny Tilos.

Greece Tries to Calm Parents Anxious Over Acute Hepatitis Strain

ATHENS - A warning to medical officials to check for the presence of a dread acute hepatitis of unknown aetiology, which has caused global worry, succeeded in raising anxiety in Greek parents.

ATHENS - A warning to medical officials to check for the presence of a dread acute hepatitis of unknown aetiology, which has caused global worry, succeeded in raising anxiety in Greek parents.

Greek Health Officials Raise Alert Over Severe Hepatitis in Children

ATHENS - Health officials in Greece have told medical centers around the country to be on the lookout for the possibility of a severe acute hepatitis of unknown aetiology in children.

ATHENS - Health officials in Greece have told medical centers around the country to be on the lookout for the possibility of a severe acute hepatitis of unknown aetiology in children.

Greece Looks to The Final Frontier: Space – for Exploration, Technology

ATHENS - It might seem like an unlikely giant step for a country embroiled in so many domestic problems but Greece doesn’t want to miss out on being in space, largely through the work of so many of its noted experts in the field.

ATHENS - It might seem like an unlikely giant step for a country embroiled in so many domestic problems but Greece doesn’t want to miss out on being in space, largely through the work of so many of its noted experts in the field.

Switched On, Astypalaia Island Private Owners Get E-Cars

ATHENS - In what's viewed as a small-scale model of what could work for the country as incentives are being offered to buy electric and hybrid cars, Volkswagen delivered the first E-Cars to the tiny Dodecanese island of Astypalaia.

ATHENS - In what's viewed as a small-scale model of what could work for the country as incentives are being offered to buy electric and hybrid cars, Volkswagen delivered the first E-Cars to the tiny Dodecanese island of Astypalaia.

Greece Confirms 10,005 New COVID Cases on Tuesday, 46 Deaths

ATHENS - Greece confirmed 10,005 new coronavirus infections in the last 24 hours, the National Public Health Organization (EODY) said on Tuesday, bringing all confirmed infections since the pandemic began to 3,252,248 (daily change: +0.

ATHENS - Greece confirmed 10,005 new coronavirus infections in the last 24 hours, the National Public Health Organization (EODY) said on Tuesday, bringing all confirmed infections since the pandemic began to 3,252,248 (daily change: +0.

Greek Reseacher Found Children Impacted by COVID-19 Lockdowns

ATHENS - The effect of lockdowns that kept people mostly confined to their homes for months during the early stages of the COVID-19 pandemic that began in March 2020 showed children were hard hit by the isolation.

ATHENS - The effect of lockdowns that kept people mostly confined to their homes for months during the early stages of the COVID-19 pandemic that began in March 2020 showed children were hard hit by the isolation.

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