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Written by SOT.COM.AL 30 Nëntor 2021
Greece has decided to fine people who did not receive the third dose of the anti-Covid vaccine.
The news was announced by Prime Minister Kyriakos Mitsotakis. He expressed concern about the new Omicron variant, as he said that people aged 60 and over who will not be vaccinated with the third dose against Covid will be fined every month with 100 euros.
"It is a decision that tormented me personally. Vaccination is not only mandatory, but it is necessary. The announced measures and the obligation of vaccination are necessary. Those over 60 who have not been vaccinated by January 16 will be fined 100 euros. The money will be raised in a special fund for health support. "My decision to repeat it means protection and not punishment," said Mitsotaks.