Greek PM calls on all to stay the course in fight against coronavirus
ATHENS Greek Prime Minister Kyriakos Mitsotakis on Thursday urged Greeks to keep going to follow lockdown actions and stick home to arise the spread of a given coronavirus and avoid the danger witnessed in abroad.
“April will be the most critical month, if we relax we will pay for it and we must not let this happen,” he instructed the parliament.
Greece, which often posted its first coronavirus problem in the end of February and required fast means to contain the rash, has reported 1(one),415 confirmed instances thus far and fifty passing away.
“We are not at the beginning of the end, rather at the end of the beginning,” Mitsotakis said. “Until now markedly you can find evaded the destructive activities seen in Italy, Spain … and the United States.