Sinkingslowly wrote:Does anyone have a live link to the number of confirmed cases so far on Crete?
Not at the moment, may be something later, I have heard a rumour today from my sis in law who works at a Chania city centre hotel (not the Kydon, which was involved with the Moroccan soldier on training).
Meanwhile this makes very sobering reading (published yesterday) : https://flashnews.gr/post/419764/ereyna ... thn-ellada
Google translate version:
Five people have been killed by the new coronavirus in Greece, with confirmed cases reaching 387, according to health ministry data.
But how does Covid-19 spread in our country? This question seeks to provide answers to a new survey by the National Kapodistrian University of Athens (NCA), which presents case maps throughout the country.
Three maps by the National Kapodistrian University of Athens (NCSR)
illustrate the (likely) trend of coronavirus in Greece.
Spatial map of COVID-19 deployment in Greece. 251 said they had symptoms in Crete
The following is the map that is most interesting. Of the 1,337 people who responded positively to the survey that they have symptoms of coronavirus (from all over Greece), 251 were in Crete. 78 in Chania, 29 in Rethymnon and 144 in Heraklion. So the trend shows that in Heraklion we are likely to have the most cases (3 confirmed by the Ministry of Health), followed by Chania and Rethymnon.
Click the link above for the map
MENOYME SPITI PAIDIA!