Unvaxxed Greeks Over 60 Years Old To Face €100 Fines

The Associated Press reports:

Greece imposed a vaccination mandate Monday for people 60 and older, as the country’s vaccination rate remains below the European Union average and a spike in infections has put sustained pressure on Greek hospitals.

Older people failing to get vaccinated will face penalties, starting at a 50-euro ($57) fine in January and followed by a monthly fine of 100 euros ($114) after that.

About two-thirds of Greece’s 10.7 million people are fully vaccinated, while the EU average is just over 70%. Health Minister Thanos Plevris [photo] said the fines would be collected through the tax office with the money going to help fund state hospitals.

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