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Disposal of actions: Next steps to return to normalcy – what the Commission is considering


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On the contrary, it seems that time is running out for them to be phased out Meters They are activated due to the omicron mutation of the corona virus.

Next Wednesday (16/2) the committee will discuss the next steps for relaxation, which will focus mainly on those who have been vaccinated. Cases, Dead and Involved The experts are still at a high level, but the experts seem to be focusing on the gradual elimination of the measures, as they are in other European countries such as France and Italy. Denmark And Sweden.

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The next steps to return to normal

According to a report aired on SKAI’s main news bulletin, the commission is considering removing or easing some restrictions on both catering and entertainment and stadiums.

In particular, experts seem to be oriented: a) Let the standers focus and watch the fun, b) Holding some festival events, but not marching (protocol is something to be discussed) and c) To increase the occupation of the grounds on a case-by-case basis.

At the same time, according to the TV station, all restrictions on those who have been vaccinated are expected to be lifted by the end of March.

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Flavris: Gradually we should return to normal

It is also worth noting that the return to normalcy was gradually announced by O. Minister of Health, Thanos Flavris Speaking to free reporters on Sunday.

“Key discussion with other EU health ministers is that the Omigran mutation is dangerous, but we need to gradually return to normal in the absence of the morbidity of the delta mutation.” Thanos Flavris specifically emphasized in an interview.

“Let’s gradually move to the point where the mask is no longer mandatory outside”

For his part Gigas MajorginisAssistant Professor of Epidemiology at the University of Athens, gradually told the ERT We will go to the point where it is not mandatory to wear a mask outside, but those who are vulnerable or not vaccinated should wear it. “The mask is mandatory. There is one more recommendation.”He insisted.

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Speaking of those who have not been vaccinated, Mr. Majorkins make up a large percentage of the population “There is still resistance to the vaccine.”

However, referring to those who have been vaccinated, he said the restrictions should be phased out as soon as possible. “For those who have not been vaccinated, we look forward to seeing how we can reverse some of the restrictions and see how death and the associated pressures in the NSS move.” That means mitigation measures will be conditional.

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