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Tsipras to Mitsotakis: With 19,475 Dead, Words Lose Their Meaning

December 15, 2021

ATHENS – SYRIZA-Progressive Alliance leader Alexis Tsipras sternly attacked Prime Minister Kyriakos Mitsotakis on the Intensive Care Units issue quoting Professor οf infectious diseases Sotiris Tsiodras and epidemiologist Theodoros Lytras’ report in a post on Twitter on Wednesday.

“Tsiodras, Lytras report from May 2021: 87 pct higher mortality out of ICUs, 38.5 pct of the deaths could have been prevented if the National Health system had been supported” wrote Tsipras underlining that “obviously Mitsotakis knew that when he answered to me in parliament. Should I call him a liar? A political impostor? With 19,475 dead, the words lose their meaning…”

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