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Greece: Tougher lockdown rules target exercise cheats

ATHENS – Authorities in Greece said Wednesday that police will target people making false exercise claims to bypass stay-at-home orders as part of tougher new restrictions.

COVID-19 infections remain on the rise in Greece, despite four months of lockdown measures. Greece reported 2,702 confirmed new infections Wednesday, the highest daily total so far this year, as the daily number of infections per 100,000 rose to 15.7 as a seven-day rolling average, from 4.2 on Jan. 22.

Most residents in the country can only leave their homes using a number-categorized permission system, normally requested and granted via SMS.

Civil Protection chief Nikos Hardalias said that starting Thursday, permission to visit banks and supermarkets would only be

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ATHENS – Authorities in Greece said Wednesday that police will target people making false exercise claims to bypass stay-at-home orders as part of tougher new restrictions.
Perth and Kinross dropped to their lowest level since November last week.Data from the National Records of Scotland shows there were six deaths linked to the coronavirus across the region in the week beginning February 22.That is the lowest figure since the week beginning November 16 last year.Two-hundred-and-forty-seven people have now lost their lives to the pathogen in the region.The infection rate across Perth and Kinross also continues to fall, albeit at a greatly reduced rate.On February 27, the rate was 59.9 per 100,000 people after 91 positive cases, with 2.9 per cent of tests returning a positive result.The week before the rate was 61.9 per cent with 94 positive tests - 3.2 per cent of all tests.The North Inch neighbourhood in

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