Held Saturday meeting at Maximos Mansion for coronavirus: Finally, flights to Italy – New measures – What changes to public transport – All decisions……
At Maximos Mansion held a daily meeting under Prime Minister, Kyriakos Mitsotakis, the evolution of the spread of coronavirus and implementation of measures to tackle the.
The meeting was attended, Foreign Minister Nikos Dendias, Minister of Health, Vassilis Kikilias, Minister for Infrastructure and Transport Costas Karamanlis, Minister of State George Gerapetritis, Deputy Minister of Health Basil Kontozamanis, Deputy Minister Taoiseach, responsible for the Coordination of Government Project, Akis scherzo, Professor Infectious Diseases Sotiris Tsiodras, General Secretary Civil Protection Nikos Chardalias, the Director of the Diplomatic Office of the Prime Minister Eleni Sourani and the Secretary General of the Prime Minister Gregory Dimitriadis.
In the 50% They should work MMM
During the meeting was to assess the application by citizens, the measures announced and highlighted the need for further information, to avoid the rush and keep the distances in spaces, which does not crash like super markets and public transport, They need to work with 50% of the passengers.
Stop flights to and from Italy
also captured, many flights are still operating, and from Italy.
Tightening controls on those who break the law
Asked the tightening of controls on those who violate the law by showing antisocial behavior.
Increase staff 1135
During the meeting it was decided to increase the service staff 1135, They were briefed on the steps taken bilaterally state level to procure additional medical supplies and discussed better coordination with municipalities for program operation “Help at home” in order to provide additional services to the elderly.
also discussed the course to strengthen the health system doctors and nurses. So far recruited 248 Doctors and nurses, while in others the recruitment process 929 who will be in their positions within the coming week.
Daily updates from Tsiodras-Hardalias
On a daily basis, starting tomorrow, will be on 18.00 informing citizens by Professor Sotiris Tsiodras Infectious Diseases and General Secretary for Civil Protection, Nick Hardalias.