An indication of the spread of the pandemic in the next period will be the opening of schools on Monday, with experts warning that it will bring an increase in coronary cases.
The Deputy Minister of Education, Zeta Makri, speaking to MEGA, estimated that the vaccinations of the students will increase and admitted that "so far the vaccination rates of the students are not encouraging".
New restrictive measures for the unvaccinated will take effect from Monday. Those who have not been vaccinated in private and public sector will undergo a rapid laboratory test per week, at a cost of 10 euros.
Unvaccinated teachers and employees in tourism, catering, television, film, theater and music productions will undergo two laboratory tests per week.
Only those who have been vaccinated or have a disease certificate will enter the closed areas of restaurants and stadiums. Theaters, cinemas, museums and gyms can be entered unvaccinated with a 48-hour rapid test.
Two other regions, Argolida and Evritania, are included in the red of the epidemiological map of the country due to the increased number of cases.
Extraordinary measures are extended in Achaia, Ilia, Messinia, Heraklion.
Yesterday EODY announced 2.170 new cases. Another 43 people lost their lives while 14.060 deaths have been recorded since the beginning of the epidemic.
384 intubated patients. 343 are unvaccinated.
"Do not forget that in the end science will win" was the message of Pfizer CEO Albert Bourla to the participants in a medical conference in Thessaloniki.
"Covid-19 is a global health threat that occurs once every 100 years," he said, noting that what is needed now for the global scientific community is to use the lessons learned from its treatment for the benefit of all patients.
Joe Biden's stern message to the unvaccinated Americans, who number nearly 80 million, representing 25% of the population.
Introducing his government's plan to force vaccination of working classes, the US president spoke of a minority of citizens who, backed by a minority of politicians, are preventing the US from turning the page on the pandemic by refusing to be vaccinated.
The U.S. plan calls for mandatory vaccinations or tests on a weekly basis for about 100 million large corporate employees.
Unemployment of young people reaches 70% in some areas of northern Greece, while it reaches 30% in the general population, according to data presented at a wide meeting of GSEE with the Labor Centers of the region, on the occasion of the TIF.
High unemployment rates are also recorded in Thessaloniki.
A seismic tremor measuring 3,4 on the Richter scale occurred shortly after midnight in the area of Igoumenitsa.
The director of Research of the Geodynamic Institute, Vassilis Karastathis, spoke in Athens 9.84 about a seismic sequence that deviates from the usual standards, referring to the recent vibrations in Nisiros.
He noted that there was a major earthquake followed by another 45 over 4 Richter, which means that we have not reached the level of post-earthquake safety.
Shots fired at US Air Force base in Ohio.
Someone opened fire inside the base, security forces are combing the building at the moment, the military unit, which has been blocked, said via twitter.
Bullet wounds in East St. Louis, Illinois.
Details of the incident have not yet been announced.
According to the mayor and police officers, a manhunt has been launched to arrest the suspects, who threw their escape car on a train.
A few clouds that will temporarily increase in the noon and afternoon hours and there will be local rains, are forecast for today in Attica.
The temperature will range from 18 to 26 degrees Celsius. 19 points at this time in Technopolis here in Gazi.