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Greece starts fining unvaccinated 60+ people

Unvaccinated people over 60 years of age in Greece will be fined as of Monday, local media reports said. The fine will be €50 ($57) for January and €100 ($114) from February to raise inoculation levels and relieve pressure on the country’s healthcare system, local daily Kathimerini reported.  Ninety percent of people over 60 have been vaccinated or have booked a vaccination appointment since the fine was announced, the report added, However, an estimated 300,000 people could face a penalty. In the country, medical professionals who have not received a shot against COVID-19 have already been suspended and face the prospect of being sacked if they fail to comply with vaccination rules.  Some government officials favor expanding mandatory vaccination to people aged 50-59, but no such decision has been made yet. Greece registered another 95 COVID-related deaths on Sunday, while the country’s total death toll nears 22,000.

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