The Greek government decided to extend the current restrictive measures by one week to tackle the coronavirus pandemic.
Particularly, according to the announcements of the Deputy Civil Protection Minister for Crisis Management Nikos Hardalias, the lockdown is extended by one more week, until January 18, as well as the suspension of click away.
Regarding the operation of the Churches, the sacred services will be held without the presence of believers for the next week.
The funeral services may only include a maximum of 9 people, all of whom must be first-degree relatives.
The only difference compared to what was valid until today, is the opening of kindergartens and primary schools, from Monday, January 11.