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Government cautiously optimistic about virus

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.

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New court sections to fast track big investments

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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.

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ATHEX: Index posts biggest jump since 2015

The slowdown in the onslaught of the coronavirus in Greece and the rest of Europe, according to the statistics of the last few days, and the hopes for a rebound at the oversold Greek market sent stocks soaring at Athinon Avenue on Monday by the highest daily rate recorded since 2015.

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‘Greece from Home’ platform to be launched

An online platform called “Greece from Home” will be launched by the Ministry of Tourism, the Greek Tourism Organization and Marketing Greece, with the support of Google, aimed at reinforcing the country’s positive image during the Covid-19 pandemic. 

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Note to readers

Readers are advised that all public and private museums, archaeological sites, galleries, entertainment and concert spaces, restaurants, bars, cafes and other public venues in Greece have been closed on the orders of the country’s health authorities in a bid to contain the Covid-19 outbreak.