Greece slows down in lockdown


Athens, Agency: Greece reopened Athens and other ancient sites on Monday. Prominent among them is the ancient site called Acropolis, a tourist place. The Acropolis of Athens is an ancient fortress located on a rocky outcrop above the city of Athens. It has ruins of great architecture and many ancient buildings of historical significance. This is the most popular place.

Earlier, schools and shopping malls were reopened by the end of March, despite the Corona epidemic. Arrangements were also made for travel. The fountain sticker has been used as a marker to isolate passengers outside the Acropolis to comply with physical distance rules.

It is noteworthy that the lockdown in Greece was extended until May 4 due to the growing outbreak of the corona virus. A nationwide lockdown was imposed in Greece in mid-March due to the spread of the corona virus. As a result, the number of corona patients here is lower than in European countries. Government spokesman Stelios Godas told a news briefing that the lockdown was aimed at forcing people to stay indoors.

A government spokesman said the lockdown was not intended to house people. Its sole purpose is to win the Corona War by changing its lifestyle.

The total number of corona patients in Greece has crossed 2408. The death toll from the corona was 121. Many schools across the country have been closed since March. At the same time, many important public establishments were closed.