The meeting of the committee of experts is in progress for the measures that will be proposed to the government to deal with the spread of the coronavirus, with information indicating that schools across the country will be closed for two weeks, while in hard lockdown four regional units and five municipalities are expected to enter.
At the same time a formula is being sought in order to start a gradual opening of the retail from 22 Of March.
Horizontal lockdown in schools across the country
The epidemiological data do not seem to leave much room for school experts and all indications are that their suggestion to the government will be a horizontal lockdown in schools across the country., at all levels, for two weeks, that is, until 29 Of March.
For this period of time the courses will be carried out with distance learning.
On the table is the click away for retail from 22 Of March
At the same time, experts have put on the table proposals for the gradual opening of retail, with the click away being at the gates again and in fact a possible date for the restart of the market to be Monday 22 Of March.
Extension to the lockdown for Attica
Experts may be looking for a way to give the "green light" to open retail, however, this will not mean the lifting of the lockdown in Attica. According to the latest information, will be extended for maybe two weeks (22/3 the 29/3), with the second date gathering the most chances.
A hard lockdown involves four regional units and five municipalities
Another four regional units and five municipalities are expected to be put in a strict lockdown regime due to the increased spread of the coronavirus.
According to reports, the committee of experts at its meeting today suggested that pThe regional units of Evritania are in "deep red", Of Halkidiki, Kilkis and Lesvos, as well as the municipalities of Ioannina, Metsovo, Κατερίνης, Skiathos and Chania.
The announcements are expected to be made in the afternoon in the information about the coronavirus, by the Deputy Minister of Civil Protection Nikos Hardalia.