SYRIZA: Government Health Measures Were Ineffective

ATHENS — "After five months of restrictive measures, the government has managed to lead the country to a 'negative' record number of cases and intubations. Instead of dealing with the sources for superspreading the virus, such as workplaces and public transport, it announced 'smart measures', which it is now preparing to take back," main opposition SYRIZA-Progressive Alliance said on Friday.

The party also underlined that "the main choice that can currently contribute substantially to saving human lives is the requisitioning of the private sector."

"The fact that even today, with hospitals on the verge of collapse, [the government] refuses to do this proves that we have a really dangerous government," it added.


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