China News Service, September 29. According to the Greek "China Greek Times" report, as of the 28th, the total number of confirmed cases of the new crown in Greece exceeded 17,000 and 383 people died.

A few days ago, the first case of death from infection with the new crown virus appeared in a refugee camp in Greece.

As the epidemic continues, Greek officials reminded the public to abide by the epidemic prevention measures and work together to overcome the epidemic.

Data map: On September 9, local time, after a fire broke out in the Moria refugee camp on Lesbos, Greece, the refugees left the fire.

According to reports, there are more than 12,000 people in the refugee camp.

A Greek police officer said that the people in the refugee camp had been moved to a safe place.

  According to reports, on the 28th local time, the National Public Health Organization of Greece (EODY) announced that in the past 24 hours, Greece had added 269 new confirmed cases of new crowns, a total of 17,707 confirmed cases nationwide; 4 new deaths and a total of 383 deaths.

  In addition, Greek officials announced on the 27th that a 61-year-old Afghan man living in a refugee camp had died of the new crown virus infection.

This is so far the first case of death in a refugee camp in Greece due to infection with the new crown virus.

  The man died while receiving treatment at a designated hospital in Sotilia in Athens. He had previously lived with his family in a refugee camp in Marrakech.

Since September 7, Maracas refugee camp and other immigration facilities have been under quarantine.

  Earlier this month, there were two fires in the Moria refugee camp on Lesvos Island, causing the displacement of about 12,000 people.

Most of them moved to a new camp at the former military shooting range of Kara Tepe.

Before the fire broke out, the new crown epidemic had already appeared in the Moria refugee camp.

  At present, the Greek government has announced that from September 26 to October 4, in 10 areas including Athens, Attica and Halkidiki, it will strengthen restrictive measures, banning midnight to early morning. Sell ​​alcoholic drinks at 5 o'clock to curb the spread of the new crown virus.

  However, this ban seems to have no effect on most young people. After the pub closed, many young people continued to dance and play in the square despite the government's ban.

  The Greek Minister of Health, Vassilis Kikilias (Vassilis Kikilias) said recently that he was upset and disappointed by the irresponsible behavior of some people.

He said that the state and society will do their best to protect the safety of the people, but everyone must put life first and abide by the rules.

He also said that if people are negligent, the country will have to consider other measures.

  On the 27th, Greek Finance Minister Christos Staikouras stated in a statement that the Ministry of Finance is ready to fully support the government in dealing with the epidemic. (Zhang Wei)