Greece announces new regulations on epidemic prevention

novel coronavirus pneumonia epidemic in Greece continued to spread on August 12th, according to the European Union’s 12 European Union News Agency. The authorities announced a number of new anti epidemic measures, while preventing the spread of local epidemic cases, and strictly preventing the import of overseas cases. The entry of tourists from Sweden and Spain to new crown virus detection within 72 hours should be negative. It is reported that in recent days, the Greek government has taken a series of measures, including expanding the scope of compulsory wearing masks and banning religious celebrations. The authorities have again imposed a number of restrictions, including that from August 17, passengers from Sweden, Belgium, the Netherlands, Spain and the Czech Republic entering Greece must hold a new negative report within 72 hours. < / P > < p > from August 17, all passengers entering Greece through the border station of promjonas bordering Bulgaria must also hold a new report within 72 hours. The number of passengers entering Greece from the kakavia border in Albania is limited to 750 per day. < / P > < p > the Greek Ministry of culture also said recently that a cleaning worker at the museum located in the Agora market in Athens, a famous archaeological site, was diagnosed with new coronavirus. The authorities urgently announced that the museum would be closed for 14 days from August 11, but the archaeological site outside would still be open normally. < / P > < p > in addition, all public activities without fixed seats, including concerts and performances, will be stopped nationwide, and the 2020 Thessaloniki International Expo will be cancelled. < / P > < p > from August 11 to August 23, all restaurants, bars and entertainment places in Crete, Santorini and zakinsos will be closed from 12 pm to 7 am the next day.