The strict lockdown, in Athens and the surrounding Attica region, will remain in place until Monday, March 8, at 6 am.
Attica is currently in “dark red” (very high-risk) status on the country’s color-coded risk-assessment map, following a continuous rise in coronavirus cases. The region has been in a strict lockdown since February 11.
Residents in “dark red” areas are obliged to follow strict lockdown measures that include an evening/night curfew from 6 pm to 5 am (only on weekends for Attica) while all schools, retail stores, and hairdressers are closed.
Other areas in Greece that are currently in “dark red” (very high-risk) status and under strict lockdown include the island of Kalymnos, the Municipality of Kordelio-Evosmos (Thessaloniki regional unit), the regional unit of Achaia (northwestern Peloponnese), the regional unit of Arcadia (central Peloponnese) and the regional unit of Evia (not Skyros island).
For further information (in Greek) on the restrictive measures in ‘orange’, ‘red’ and ‘dark red’ areas, press here. The map is updated every week.