Restaurant protest in Greece: entrepreneurs demand compensation from the authorities due to restrictions in work

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 Restaurant protest in Greece: entrepreneurs demand compensation from the authorities due to work restrictions

Unvaccinated clients will only be allowed to enter establishments with a negative COVID test

In Greek Athens, food outlets are on strike due to quarantine measures.

This was reported in TSN.Rank November 17th.

The establishments were closed for 24 hours the day before. Their owners are demanding compensation from the authorities against the backdrop of new restrictions. Indeed, in restaurants and cafes in Greece, unvaccinated customers will only be allowed with negative coronavirus tests. The owners of the establishments complain that it will harm them.

Entrepreneurs demand from the authorities additional discounts on rental of premises, exemption from taxes and municipal duties.

At the same time, the government warns: the level the incidence in the country is too high. Only 60% of the population is vaccinated. That is why, in order to protect themselves from a tougher lockdown, they urge to vaccinate.

As reported, anti-quarantine protests took place in the Netherlands: 15 protesters were detained. The local government, amid the outbreak of the coronavirus, decided to return the lockdown. Restrictions apply to services, trade and public events. In addition, the opening hours of bars and restaurants are being cut. This partial lockdown lasts three weeks.

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