Greece: Orthodox churches reopen for Sunday masses in Athens

Greek Orthodox churches reopened their services on Sunday after nearly two months of coronavirus lockdown. As seen in the Greek capital, churches had to practice social distancing and hygiene measures such as blocking seats to keep people apart and offering gloves and hand disinfection at the entrance. Despite that, several people can be seen being served by a priest with the same spoon... Еще. Thousands of believers were reported to attend masses again. Greece is slowly easing its lockdown measures, as the country tallies a little under 3,000 confirmed COVID-19 cases and 162 deaths related to the virus. Mandatory credit: AMNA Mandatory credit: AMNA

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