Alarm in Maximou for the double-digit number of cases from the beginning of July. New measures in Promachonas by the government. Positive and a 15-year-old in a camp.
The resurgence of cases has caused concern to the government. From the beginning of July and the opening of tourism, the imported cases are enough while the number of total cases for a month now remains permanently double-digit.
Yesterday, according to the announcement of EODY, were recorded 31 new cases, among them a 15-year-old girl at a camp that tested positive.
The girl was in a camp in Halkidiki, The space 5-10 July. There he developed a fever and underwent a test, which was found to be positive. This sounded the alarm, with the children moving away from the camp. In fact, checks were made on 4 children and a community leader, but the samples were negative.
Today the Minister of Health, Vassilis Kikilias, will have an appointment with the infectious disease specialists, where they will reassess the situation, while from Maximou there will be another meeting under Kyriakos Mitsotakis, meeting in which in addition to Mr.. Kikilia will participate, including, Deputy Minister of Civil Protection and Crisis Management Nikos Hardalias, and the infectious disease specialist Sotiris Tsiodras.
Bastion: What are the conditions for entering Greece?
New restriction plans have been drawn up, in accordance with a Joint Ministerial Decision, from Wednesday, 15 July and time 00.01, up to 29 July and time 00.01 for the entrance from Promachonas.
Negative results of molecular testing will be required 72 hours before the entry of tourists from Promachonas. The diagnosis must come from a certified center, have a translated certificate in English containing identification or passport information.
Entry into Greek territory from the border checkpoint of Promachonas is allowed provided that persons entering the country:
a) have been diagnosed negative in laboratory testing for COVID-19 coronary artery by PCR method performed by oral or nasopharyngeal smearing within the last seventy-two (72) hours before their arrival in Greece. The inspection must have been carried out by reference laboratories of the country of origin or transit or public or private laboratories of that country., provided that these private laboratories have been certified by the competent national certification authority of the country.
b) bear a certificate of diagnosis, in the English language, which includes the name and passport number or identity card of the person and which they display at the steps of the General Secretariat for Civil Protection and the National Public Health Organization in charge of carrying out medical examinations.
Gogos: Festivities and bars with crowds should be excluded
The second "front" that employs experts and government, are the effects of overcrowding in bars and festivals.
Characteristic were the statements of Professor Charalambos Gogos to SKAI, where he made it clear that crowded festivals and events should be ruled out. "Such events must be ruled out", He stressed that the main problem is the behavior of citizens who do not seem to take seriously how the measures should be observed..
Nikos Sypsas expressed the same opinion on the channel, saying that the corona's overheating hotspots are at festivals and bars, stressing that within two weeks it will be seen how serious the situation is.
Majorkinis: Preface to the second wave of "orphan" cases
From his side, Assistant Professor of Health and Epidemiology, EKPA School of Medicine, Gikas Majorkinis, stood in the so-called "orphan" cases, emphasizing that they are a sign of a second wave of the coronavirus.
"Mobility, with an increased number of orphan cases, is a possible prelude to a second wave ", he said characteristically to Mega, emphasizing that the other front that concerns the experts, are the cases in Promachonas. "We are concerned about the introduction of people from the Bastion. Over there, the percentage of positive cases is high. The proposed measures are sufficient. What is needed is to implement and monitor them. ", noted Mr.. Majorkinis.