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Mitsotakis Briefs Sakellaropoulou on Vaccine Rollout, Self Tests and “Greece 2.0”

ATHENS — Prime Minister Kyriakos Mitsotakis was received by President of the Hellenic Republic Katerina Sakellaropoulou on Wednesday for the regular monthly briefing of the president, which focused on the submission of the 'Greece 2.0' plan to the Recovery Fund, the progress of the vaccine rollout and the importance of self-tests.

The prime minister presented her with a flash drive containing the National Recovery and Resilience Plan 'Greece 2.0' submitted to the EU and referred to the "Eleftheria" vaccination campaign and the start of vaccinations for the most productive 30-plus age groups, sending an optimistic message ahead of Easter while warning that there must be no complacency. He also spoke about the importance of self tests in the fight against the pandemic.

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