Georgiadis: There Will Be No General Decision Over the 28 Oct Parades

September 30, 2021

ΑΤΗΕΝS — Development and Investments Minister Adonis Georgiadis on Thursday said that the decision on whether to hold parades on October 28 (OHI DAY) will not be uniform for the entire country and will depend on the epidemiological picture of each area, while speaking to SKAI TV.

"Thessaloniki is becoming 'red'. Any decisions taken for parades in areas that are red will apply to Thessaloniki also," he said and urged the citizens of Thessaloniki to get vaccinated soon, stating thas with only 53 percent vaccinated, it is a region with the lowest vaccination percentages in Greece and Europe.


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