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Greece to Hand Out Self-Testing Kits to Students as of May 5

ATHENS — Self-tests are available for the teachers, pupils and administrative staff in primary and secondary education, as well as students doing internships in pharmacies from Wednesday.

The second test for pupils and teachers for the second week will be available from Monday, May 10.

The other groups of beneficiaries (public and private-sector employees) will be provided the next self test from Monday, May 10 and will be able to submit it throughout the week.

The diagnostic test must be performed once a week, before employees arrive at their place of work, and is valid for one week from the day it is performed.

The self-test is provided free of charge by pharmacies upon presentation of a valid AMKA number and a police ID or other identification document.

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