This update refers only to cases on Lesvos.
Updated at 07:00 on 23 November
- EODY (National Public Health Organization) report 23 new cases.
- There has been clarification of yesterday’s figure of 70 cases..
- 30 cases were island residents.
- 40 cases were in Kara Tepe and included previously unreported cases that had tested positive over a number of weeks.
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The Guardian has a story that gives hope to residents and refugees.
“They will all leave,” the civil protection minister, Michalis Chrysochoidis, told the Guardian. “Of the roughly 12,000 refugees here currently, I foresee 6,000 being transferred to the mainland by Christmas and the rest by Easter. The people of this island have gone through a lot. They’ve been very patient.”
Read the full article in The Guardian here.
There is a new live webcam in Molyvos. The camera in the harbour has enabled lovers of Lesvos to see what is happening, and now there is a second camera. The new camera has fantastic views of the harbour and bay. It is hosted by Gatos Restaurant in the agora.
A short video from greek4 For You.
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