Kookla wrote:Tim my understanding is one sms code = one trip, a new one needed each time you go out. If you have stated x to the supermarket, whatever that journey takes in time...if you were to get stopped and show your code and id, I would presume that you’d be asked where you live and time taken would be taken into consideration in view of that. Just my interpretation.
altohb wrote:On question 3, it is my understanding that you need another form, but how this works with the SMS isn't clear.
altohb wrote:I gather it only works from Greek mobiles. If you are using a UK one you will need one of the paper options.
Kilkis wrote:I think there is probably a problem with trying to construct a single law that deals with all situations. I don't have a dog now but when I did it was walked for at least one hour two or three times per day. I now live on the edge of a small village and, if I wished, I could walk for hours without seeing a single person. I have friends who walk dogs everyday and the nearest anybody ever gets to them is shouting distance and even that is pretty rare. During the walk I would not need to touch anything. I would not be putting myself at risk nor would I be putting anybody else at risk. Transfer that situation to the centre of Athens or even Chania and it is a very different story. The degree of close social contact experienced during a four hour walk around the country lanes would probably be significantly less than that experienced in minutes in central Chania and seconds in central Athens.
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