“Good” characterized the news regarding its course pandemic of coronavirus in Municipality of Thessaloniki the mayor, Konstantinos Zervas, during today’s meeting of the municipal council, emphasizing that “active cases are declining significantly”.
As Mr. Zervas informed, based on the weekly data he receives from EODY, the active cases 15 days ago were 7,500 in the city, while now 5,149 were announced, recording a decrease of 30%. “There is also a reduction in hospitalizations for the first time after two months”, he characteristically, addressing once again a recommendation to the citizens to be vaccinated and to observe the health protocols.
At the same time, during his installation, Mr. Zervas announced that within this week the sheets are leaving Eleftherias Square. “They are finally leaving as we promised. The space is given back to the citizens until the planning of the creation of an underground parking lot and the square at ground level is completed “.
“The sheets are also removed from the Metro stations. The city is breathing, the city is changing for the better and there may be some ages who have not seen the city without sheets. “We forgot that it was Vardari Square, the Fountain, the Hagia Sophia Square”, added the mayor.