China News Service, February 4, according to Euronet, citing EUN News Agency, statistics from the Greek Ministry of Health on the evening of February 3, local time, show that there were 1151 newly diagnosed patients with new crowns in Greece that day, and the number of new patients was added in a single day for two consecutive days. 4 digits.
Greece has confirmed a total of 159,866 cases.
The number of deaths due to the new crown virus increased by 27 within 24 hours, bringing the cumulative death toll to 5878.
According to reports, the number of new cases of new crowns in Greece in a single day has returned to four digits, and since January 25, 50 to 80 patients with new crowns have been admitted to the hospital almost every day. The third wave of the epidemic has been "on the way to an outbreak."
On November 7, 2020 local time, in Athens, Greece, a woman wearing a mask passes by the Parthenon.
In addition, as of now, there have been 204 cases of the mutant virus found in the UK and 204 cases of the mutant virus found in South Africa.
Greece’s Deputy Minister of Civil Protection Hadalias said on the 2nd that if the epidemic worsens, Attica and even the whole country may be completely blocked.
According to current epidemiological data, in addition to the Attica region including Athens, the number of new cases in Thessaloniki, the second largest city in Greece, has risen sharply. Patras and Crete have also recorded more and more cases. The more cases.
Therefore, the aforementioned cities may implement hard blockades.
Due to the sharp increase in the new crown virus load in the wastewater of Thessaloniki, the city is likely to be included in the "red zone" of the epidemic, and the retail industry will resume the "order-pickup" and "reservation-in-store shopping" models. High school students will take distance learning.
Hadalias and other government officials plan to go to Thessaloniki on the 4th to learn about the local epidemic.
Greek government spokesman Tarantilis said on the 3rd that although the epidemic is critical, at least for now, the worst has not yet occurred. "There is no sign at this stage that a new hard blockade will be implemented."
Greek medical experts believe that the next 48 hours are crucial. The number of new infections in a single day and the number of hospital admissions and severe intubation will provide the basis for whether the authorities implement hard lockdown measures.