Greece decided to fine unvaccinated over 60 years old

Greece will impose a monthly fine of € 100 on unvaccinated citizens over 60 years old

The Greek government has decided to impose a monthly administrative fine 100 euros for unvaccinated citizens over 60 years of age. This is reported by Skai, citing a statement by Greek Prime Minister Kyriakos Mitsotakis.

Related materials 17: 19 – 27 November В A new strain of coronavirus has arrived in Europe from Africa. What is known about the omicron and how dangerous is it? 00:01 – September 8 “Lack of vaccines is a shame” The acute phase of a pandemic could drag on for years. How can humanity defeat the coronavirus? “Mostly those who are over 60 are undergoing treatment, and, unfortunately, many of them die. Now we are paying attention to the protection of our fellow citizens [over 60]. For this reason, their vaccination now becomes mandatory, “Mitsotakis emphasized

According to the prime minister, such a measure was taken to accelerate the implementation of the policy aimed at protecting against the new omicron strain of the coronavirus and to avoid a lockdown on the eve of the New Year holidays.

“The new omicron mutation is worrying because it reminds of the coronavirus can constantly surprise us by finding a basis for survival, especially among the unvaccinated. The upcoming holidays and social events create conditions that can contribute to its revival, “- said the politician.

Mitsotakis also said that before Christmas and after the holidays, the government plans to distribute free self-tests to all adults in order to identify possible asymptomatic carriers virus.

Earlier it became known that from November 22, the Greek authorities will impose restrictions against the unvaccinated – they will affect both citizens of the republic and tourists. Thus, people without a vaccination certificate will be banned from entering all closed premises – museums, galleries, restaurants, theaters, fitness rooms and stadiums.



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