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Lockdown to End for More Greek Business Sectors from Monday

ATHENS — Greece will take another step toward fully lifting lockdown restrictions this Monday, with the reopening of more businesses and activities that had been restricted under the curbs for Covid-19. These will include casinos, concerts, conferences and trade fairs but also summer camps for kids.

Apart from the above, curbs are lifted for cinema and theatre drink and snack bars, other events in the presence of an audience, services provided by clubs and cultural associations, year-round cinema and film screening and cable cars.

Greek authorities noted, however, that both businesses and the public must carefully observe social distancing rules, which are a mechanism for economic growth and protecting public health.

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