The exorbitant rise in cases due to the Omicron variant and opening of the schools were the issues Prime Minister Kyriakos Mitsotakis dealt with during the established morning meeting at the Maximos Mansion, focusing on the evolution of the pandemic.
According to information, the Commission is expected to meet tomorrow to make a first evaluation concerning schools, while the final decisions are expected to be taken on Wednesday, January 5th.
The issue is already being considered in the contacts with the experts and the Ministry of Education, with the information stating that no decisions are planned to be made tomorrow, but are expected in the coming days.
It is emphasized that it is a dynamic situation that requires constant monitoring. However, for the time being the intention of the government is to reopen education normally on January 10th.
The course of the health data this week will influence the decisions of the coming days. At the moment there are no new measures on the table, a decision that will be judged by the resilience of the health system and the course of hospitalizations in the next 24 hours.
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