The Athens-based E-Kyklos think tank is organizing an online public debate on Wednesday evening titled “The Pandemic and the Strength of the Greek Economy: The Day After.”
As authorities press on with their efforts to curb the spread of the coronavirus, there is cautious optimism in the ranks of the government that restrictive measures are paying off, Kathimerini understands, though experts warn against complacency.
Gale-force winds disrupted ferry schedules from Piraeus to the islands of the Northern and Eastern Aegean on Monday. The winds, reaching up to 9 and 10 on the Beaufort scale, have led to the suspension of the Nissos Samos ferry service from Piraeus to Chios and Mytilini.
Food service chains are declaring that they won’t be able to pay their rent for May if the forced suspension of their operations continues – beyond delivery and takeaway services.
Marketing Greece, the nonprofit organization of the Greek Tourism Confederation (SETE), is evolving into a central entity in the management of the unprecedented crisis in Greek tourism, particularly in the maintenance and strengthening of demand for traveling to Greece when the pandemic eventually subsides.
As the government mulls ways to help rebuild an economy battered by the effects of the new coronavirus pandemic, the Justice Ministry is preparing a bill that will create special court sections to prioritize hearings relating to important investments, Kathimerini has learned.
Water Airports SA on Monday said it postponed the operation of its seaplane network in the Ionian Sea for 2021 as the coronavirus pandemic has halted licensing procedures, the company CEO told state-run news agency ANA.
“Ancient Greek Theaters” is the title of the first series of stamps issued by Hellenic Post (ELTA) in 2020.
A 48-year-old man on the eastern Aegean island of Chios who shot and injured two 16-year-old Syrians last Wednesday was remanded in custody on Monday.
Greece's Health Ministry announced on Monday 20 new coronavirus infections, with the total now at 1,755.