Greek Police: 333 Violations of Anti-Coronavirus Preventive Measures Nationwide

ATHENS — A total of 333 violations of anti-coronavirus preventive measures were registered by Greek Police on Saturday August 1, it reported on Sunday.

Most violations (311) concern not using a face mask and failures to observe adequate social distancing, with as many fines of 150 euros having been issued as a result.

Some 88 of these violations were observed in Attica, 41 in Thessaloniki, 27 in Crete, 21 in the Ionian islands and 8 in the north Aegean islands, with fewer cases recorded throughout the country.

Another 21 fines were issued to shops and private companies for overcrowding, while a 500 euro administrative fine was issued to an air passenger for non-completion of the electronic Passenger Locator Form (PLF).



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