These employees will be required to undergo a self test and a rapid test every week, said the Deputy Minister of Civil Protection, during the regular briefing on the course of the coronavirus in Greece.
Regarding the emergency measures that have entered into force in Mykonos , Mr. Hardalias stated that they are valid until Monday morning, while the next 24 hours will be evaluated whether they will be extended or not .
” The data at the moment show a high epidemiological burden, but also a partial stabilization of the situation , while a small downward trend is beginning to appear,” the deputy minister said.
The traces of the last few days showed that there are no new influxes on the island, while any new cases are related to the existing influxes of the previous weeks, said Mr. Hardalias.
“The additional measures show that they have managed to partially stop the further spread of the virus and the exponential increase of cases,” he noted.
At the same time, Mr. Hardalias reminded that it is mandatory to use a mask outdoors where there is synchronicity, not only in Mykonos but throughout the country. He also announced that from Monday, sweeping inspections will be carried out in all companies for compliance with the measures, in Mykonos and other areas that cause concerns regarding the epidemiological situation.
The measures for Mykonos pay off
Regarding Mykonos, he stressed that the data show a slight downward trend, but the situation is still critical. He said that there are no new confluences and so it seems that the mini lockdown brought results.
He further stressed that the measures in Mykonos will be valid until next Monday and the situation will be re-evaluated and it will be announced whether they will be extended or not.
In addition, he responded to the criticism heard about the setbacks for the measures in Mykonos, saying that if the measures had not been taken, then all those who criticize today would have done the same, but blaming the government for not taking the measures. .