Hardalias to Visit Thessaloniki; Focus on Health Protection Measures

December 17, 2020

ATHENS — Deputy Civil Protection and Crisis Management Minister Nikos Hardalias will visit Thessaloniki on Thursday to hold a series of meetings regarding the assessment of epidemiological data in the wider region as well as the operational plan for protection against Covid-19 developed by the local authorities in view of the holidays.

At 16.30, Hardalias will meet with regional governor Apostolos Tzitzikostas as well as other local officials, and the rector of Thessaloniki University Nikos Papaioannou. At 18:00, he will meet with the mayor, Konstantinos Zervas, at the Thessaloniki City Hall.

At 19.30, he will have a meeting at the town hall of Panorama. At 21:00, Hardalias will hold a meeting with the Commander of the Fire Brigade of Central Macedonia.


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