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Transport Minister Karamanlis Tests Positive for Coronavirus

November 3, 2021

ATHENS – The plenary debate on a road safety bill was interrupted in Parliament on Wednesday, after Infrastructure & Transport Minister Kostas Karamanlis notified MPs he had tested positive to coronavirus.

Parliament President Kostas Tassoulas suspended the session, announcing that the minister, who was in the room earlier, had informed him of the test result and that it would be followed up with a PCR test.

The plenary hall will be disinfected and the session will resume on Thursday.

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