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KINAL: “Giant-Size” Face Masks Given to School Children an “Unprecedented Fiasco”

September 15, 2020

ATHENS — Opposition Movement for Change (KINAL) on Tuesday lambasted the government over the problems with the outsize face masks "for giants" handed out to school children on the first day of school, calling it an "uprecedented fiasco" and claiming that the "government opened the schools without the proper preparation for the protection of the children's health".

KINAL said that the government "imposed overcrowding in the classrooms and put all the weight on the masks, which they also made a mess of. An unprecedented fiasco with giant-size masks for children. It is outrageous that those responsible still hold their office," KINAL said.

 

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