Greece is introducing new restrictions on the hospitality sector from Thursday, bringing forward measures planned for early January as coronavirus infections surge.
Bars, nightclubs and restaurants will be forced to close at midnight, with no standing customers and no music, with the exception of New Year’s Eve when then can stay open until 2 a.m..
“These measures, if they are applied in our entirety, will allow us from mid January to go back to our normal lives,” Health Minister Thanos Plevris [photo] told a news conference.
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Music and standing customers will be banned at New Year’s venues in Greece this year amid surging COVID cases, largely driven by the Omicron variant.https://t.co/MBSgb1wrF7
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