Greece extends mandatory use of mask in almost all enclosed spaces

Greece has extended the mandatory use of mask to broader public and private facilities. The mask will be mandatory by both employees and the public. Head of Civil Protection, Nikos Hardalias, announced on Tuesday that the measure goes into effect as of Wednesday, July 29, 2020.

The facilities where employees and customers will have to wear masks are: all retail stores, utility companies, public services, banks, offices offering services to customers, supermarkets, grocery and food stores (butchers’, bakeries etc), hairdressers, beauty centers, doctor’s offices, hospitals, diagnostic centers, elevators, public transport means, taxi.

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