COVID-19: Lockdown eased in Greece, Churches and Mosques resumes worship

Places of worship have resumed normal activities after the government’s decision to ease coronavirus restrictions as part of the stages initiated to resume normal activities. Worshippers are required to follow social distancing guidelines.

Greece was one of the first European countries to order the closure of all schools, bars, cafes, restaurants, nightclubs, gyms, malls, cinemas, retail stores, museums and hotels.

Greece which currently has 2,834 confirmed cases of the coronavirus has entered the second phase of its gradual lifting of lockdown restrictions introduced in early March to contain the spread of the virus.

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The country has recorded 163 coronavirus deaths.

The virus believed to have originated from Wuhan, China has spread to at least 188 countries and regions, with Europe and America currently the worst hit.

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