Government “Refuses to Tackle the Real Infection Clusters”, Says SYRIZA

February 6, 2021

ATHENS — The government is refusing to take drastic measures against the real clusters of coronavirus infection, said SYRIZA-Progressive Alliance in a Saturday announcement, criticizing the stricter measures announced by the government on Friday.

“The government insists that the coronavirus is not being transmitted in public transportation where people crowd every day, neither does it transmit itself at schools, nor does it pass from one to another at factories that operate without health inspections or the testing of workers”, said the main opposition party.

“But it does seem to transmit easily when someone want to simply walk after 6 in the evening on weekends”, it pointed out.

It continued to say that “when these measures fail, Mitsotakis will announce new ones”, and added that citizens “are tired of this failure”.



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