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Greece’s shipping and island policy minister has been moved into an intensive care unit (ICU) as effects from the coronavirus worsen. Ioannis Plakiotakis was admitted to a hospital in Athens on Saturday and was moved into an ICU yesterday after the minister’s oxygen levels became low. Plakiotakis was appointed shipping minister in July 2019. Greece …
ATHENS -- "Beyond the denials of reports about the data's reliability, there is an investigation underway and we await its results," said opposition Movement for Change (KINAL) leader Fofi Gennimata while speaking to SKAI TV on Tuesday - The National Herald
ATHENS -- Prime Minister Kyriakos Mitsotakis is gathering all the necessary information and data concerning the spread of the coronavirus pandemic in the country, and will announce updates in the course of standing restriction measures towards the end of the week, said government spokesperson Stelios Petsas on Monday - The National Herald
German authorities have expanded the list of persons obliged to self-isolate upon arrival, by adding the whole territory of Portugal in the list of COVID-19 high-risk areas, alongside with two other regions of Estonia and Greece. According to a decision published on Friday on the website of the Robert Koch Institute, which is the federal […]
Citizens of Greece wishing to enter Slovakia will be required to follow quarantine rules, as the latter has decided to include Greece on its COVID-19 high-risk countries list, after a surge in the number of the Coronavirus infections, Slovakia’s Ministry of Interior has announced. According to the Ministry, the decision will take effect on November […]
BELGRADE, Serbia — After the two most senior Serbian Orthodox Church leaders died within a month after testing positive with the coronavirus, health experts and even hardcore believers are starting to worry. The spread of the virus within the largest religious group in the Balkans is getting more alarming by the day - The National Herald
ATHENS – With anti-mask groups and conspiracy theorists still trying to undercut the Greek government's health measures to slow the spread of COVID-19, the Athens Prosecutor's office is looking into news sites spreading rumors and doubting the pandemic, which some of them said was a hoax. - The National Herald
A family from Greece has a COVID story. It wasn't a grandparent or a loved one with an underlying condition who got the virus. It was their 19-month-old son. Krissy Maslyn says her son, Henry, is a spitfire. "He loves running around and playing," she said. "And when he woke up and all he wanted to do was lay on me, his eyes are bloodshot red and he's pale as a ghost, I said, 'I've got to take him to the pediatrician. '" That was in early October.
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ANKARA — When Turkey changed the way it reports daily COVID-19 infections, it confirmed what medical groups and opposition parties have long suspected — that the country is faced with an alarming surge of cases that is fast exhausting the Turkish health system - The National Herald
IOWA CITY - As this pandemic-plagued semester wraps - at least the University of Iowa's on-campus portion - a handful of UI fraternities and sororities are completing sanctions leveled for violating a COVID-19 student agreement and rules that muted the Greek-life experience.
ATHENS – Greek police issued so many citations for violations of health protocols during an ongoing second lockdown aimed at slowing the spread of COVID-19 that fines – 300 euros ($356.66) for individuals alone and up to 10,000 euros ($11,888.69) for businesses – raked in 4 million euros for the government - The National Herald
Seven Greek-Cypriots tested positive to Coronavirus at the Turkish-held Rizokarpaso primary school, the CNA reports.Two are a teacher and a cleaner living in the occupied areas and another five were found in subsequent testing in the community, includ
As of Nov. 14, there were 397 COVID-19 positive cases among Eastern students in Coles County and 48 among employees. Ninety percent of the university’s available quarantine space remains available for use. The following Greek chapters have been quarantined in their chapter houses: Alpha Phi, Alpha Sigma Tau, Sigma Kappa and Sigma Sigma Sigma. The...
LOS ANGELES — Counties across California have enacted stricter COVID-19 restrictions after the state broke a record with more than 7,400 coronavirus hospitalizations. Health officials are preparing for a wave of cases over the next two or three weeks that could be linked to holiday gatherings. Los Angeles County is the nation’s most populous and
"This year's Christmas will be very different," Prime Minister Kyriakos Mitsotakis told a local radio station. Health authorities reported 1,747 COVID-19 cases on Saturday, bringing the total since the first case was detected in February to 103,034. The death toll stands at 2,223.
ATHENS – As it appears increasingly unlikely that a second lockdown in Greece that began Nov. 7 will be lifted on schedule on Dec. 1, the easing of restrictions will be determined by whether cases are dropping as well as deaths and the number of people on ventilators in public hospital Intensive Care Units (ICUs. - The National Herald
COVID-19 has presented fraternities and sororities with a unique and difficult set of problems. As they move into the spring semester, some factors affecting them will change, and some will stay the same. To find out more about what their circumstances have looked like, The Wire spoke with members of the Greek community as well...
On Saturday, November 21, two experimental therapies for the treatment of "mild to moderate" cases of Covid-19 was authorized by the US' Food and Drug Administration. For use at the present only as investigational therapies, they are to be used in tandem and only in certain emergency situations.
A record-breaking 519 Covid-19 patients are now intubated in Greece and 75 people suffering from the virus died on Friday. These are the highest numbers of intubations and deaths among patients with the virus in a one-day period since the beginning of the pandemic in Greece.