Greece Extends Coronavirus Lockdown to May 4
The Greek government announced on Thursday that all the restrictions imposed on the Greek public in the effort to combat the coronavirus epidemic will be extended until May 4.
Government spokesman Stelios Petsas said that the exact timeline for the easing of the measures will be announced next week. He added that Prime Minister Kyriakos Mitsotakis will address the nation to explain how society and the economy will gradually return to normality again.
“The objective of the confinement measures is not to remain in a glass bowl, stuck in our homes. The objective is to take our lives back and win back our way of life, which was temporarily deprived of us by this cunning and invisible enemy,” Petsas said.