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Three COVID-19 Cases Detected at Mink Breeding Farm in Norther Greece

November 27, 2020

GREVENA, Greece — Three persons working at mink breeding farm in Grevena have tested positive for coronavirus, in rapid tests done by National Public Health Organisation teams on farm owners and employees in the wider region of Voiou

As the vice president of the Hellenic Association of Mink Breeders Athanassios Laggas said to Athens-Macedonian News Agency on Friday, in a total of 55 rapid tests, three were positive. He said that all 15 workers at the specific farms will undergo a COVID-19 test.

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