, September 11, according to the Greek "China Greek Times" report, on the 10th local time, the Greek National Public Health Organization announced that there were 2,132 new confirmed cases of new crowns in Greece in the past 24 hours, and the cumulative number of confirmed cases increased to 611,648; There were 32 deaths and a total of 14,102 deaths.

The country has implemented emergency restrictions in two places due to the worsening of the epidemic. In addition, the authorities said that the country’s schools may still be closed.

  Two more places have implemented emergency restrictions

  Due to the worsening of the epidemic situation, the Greek government decided to take emergency restrictive measures on the two regions of Evritania and Argolis in the central part of the country from the 10th.

  These measures include: implementing a curfew from 1 am to 6 am, during which time people are only allowed to travel for work or health reasons.

Clubs, bars and cafes are not allowed to play music to prevent overcrowding.

The above measures will continue until September 16, after which the Health Expert Committee will evaluate the epidemic situation again.

  At the same time, private and public places in the above-mentioned areas are forbidden to hold gatherings of more than 20 people in any form, and those who violate the regulations will be fined 50,000 to 200,000 euros.

  In addition, the government also announced the extension of restrictions on Heraklion, Akhaia, Ilya, Mycenae and Ikaria.

  School may still be closed

  According to the plan of the Greek government, schools across Greece will reopen on September 13.

Greek Deputy Minister of Education Macri said on the 10th local time that if the epidemic situation is too severe and health experts propose to postpone the start of school or close the school, the Ministry will retain the possibility of school closure.

  Macri pointed out that as schools open, the number of new crown cases may increase with the gathering and movement of people.

Macri emphasized that the school will strictly abide by the epidemic prevention measures after the beginning of school, requiring school personnel to wear masks, maintain social distancing and ensure that the classrooms are well ventilated.

  Konstantopoulos, president of the Greek Pediatric Association, is cautious about whether the school will continue to be open.

He said: "Due to the existence of the delta mutant strain, the child infection rate has increased from 6%-7% in the first quarter of this year to nearly 20% in August. If the vaccination rate cannot be effectively increased, there may be a surge in cases. The situation that caused the school to close again." (Cai Ling)