Coronavirus measures for indoor dining and entertainment are not expected to ease in the fall either. When do government decisions "lock". "Door" for the unvaccinated.
The government is not going to relax the measures for them indoor dining and entertainment venues in the fall, when the gradual deterioration of the weather will make it impossible to use the open spaces, which today operate as mixed.
In practice this means that from in September those who are not vaccinated will not be able to enter the closed and heated restaurant areas, bars and nightclubs, which will remain pure.
On the contrary, vaccinated will be able to enter smoothly, simply by presenting their digital certificate and identity at the entrance. Fully vaccinated can easily download the certificate on their mobile and in a few minutes, via emvolio.gov.gr (https://eudcc.gov.gr/start/).
The Prime Minister Kyriakos Mitsotakis himself outlined a government strategy during a press conference on Thursday. (12/08). "The vaccinated will not pay the few unvaccinated", he said characteristically.
Official announcements are expected in late August, when the existing rules are scheduled to expire. Kyriakos Mitsotakis, however, did not leave much room for misinterpretation. "We have already given some writing samples. Do not wait, Well, that there will be a substantial difference in our approach to who may or may not enter indoor entertainment venues when we happily return to the cities and the weather starts to get cold. ", he said.
The Prime Minister clarified at the same time that horizontal measures to suspend economic activity will not be applied again because some citizens refuse to be vaccinated. "The economy will work, society will remain open. And the answer to the Delta mutation problem is not lockdown, is vaccination and basic protection and common sense ", he said.
All scientific studies show that vaccines reduce the risk of Delta mutation, but primarily protect against the occurrence of serious and dangerous symptoms in the event that the vaccinated person becomes ill. This protection also has a beneficial effect on the health system, as the number of vaccinated people who will need help is very small and will not overload the units.
"If you are vaccinated you are not completely protected from the virus, but the chance of getting seriously ill and dying is very, very small, infinitesimal. The same does not apply to those who are not vaccinated. ", said on Thursday (12/08) the Prime Minister.