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Offline Maik

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Ten's a crowd
« on: Wednesday, 18 March, 2020 @ 21:23:57 »
Greece bans gatherings of 10 people and more, effective Thursday

Greece will ban public gatherings of 10 people and more from Thursday in an attempt to prevent the spread of coronavirus, its crisis management minister said.

“Movement outside of the home must be limited to the absolute minimum and only for vital needs,” the minister, Nikos Hardalias, told journalists.

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« Reply #1 on: Thursday, 19 March, 2020 @ 18:45:04 »
Yep and looking to ban all passengers by sea to all islands and all passengers by air to the country......

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« Reply #2 on: Thursday, 19 March, 2020 @ 18:59:00 »
This is the current legislation.....
The measure was announced by Civil Protection Minister Nikos Chardalias. What are the accepted exceptions. How to get traffic from here on out.
New moves to restrict traffic have been announced by Civil Protection Minister Nikos Chardalias. As he said tomorrow, public meetings of more than ten people with a fine of 1,000 euros per person and per case are forbidden.
Also, public gatherings with 10 or more people are strongly discouraged. In all cases all hygiene and distance rules between persons must be respected. It reiterated the strict recommendation that citizens stay in their homes to avoid contact with people outside their immediate family.

He added that out-of-home traffic should be limited to the minimum only for very specific reasons and to the extent necessary to serve vital needs only.

Acceptable exceptions exist exclusively for:
The transition to work

Visit the doctor

Go to a grocery store where they cannot be shipped

Go to the post office for the much needed mail

Go to the bank

Switch to petrol station

Move to help people who are in need

Outdoor exercise individually or by two persons while keeping a distance of one and a half meters and moving with a pet

Businesses must operate remotely

Where by the nature of the business it is not possible to work remotely then the business will operate with the necessary staff and rotation.
Mr. Chardalias made a special recommendation to the call centers for the two-employee safety distance.