EODY have now started reporting geographical distribution of cases in their reports. The report for 14 August
, which will download as a pdf document, shows two geographical charts. Chart 3, shaded in green, shows the cumulative distribution of cases diagnosed in each region since the start of the pandemic. Chart 4, shaded in blue, shows the number of cases in each region diagnosed over the previous 10 days so gives a better picture of the typical level of infection today. Both graphs are not absolute numbers but are scaled per 100,000. To get an absolute number the multipliers are roughly
Chania - 1.6, Rethymnon - 0.9, Heraklion - 3.2 and Lasithi - 0.8. It doesn't show individual figures but the colour coding denotes a band range. For Crete on 14 August they were:
Chania 10 - 49
Rethymnon 5 - 9
Heraklion 10 - 49
Last 10 days
Chania 5 - 9
Rethymnon 0 - 4
Heraklion 5 - 9
Lasithi 0 - 4
I think you should be able to find new reports as they are issued on this web page
under "Ημερήσιες Εκθέσεις", i.e. "Daily Reports". You can see this page in English using Chrome with auto-translate selected but if you click on the EN button on the web page it goes to a completely different set of information for travellers. The pdf is in Greek but you can easily understand the charts and you can translate any bits by copying and pasting into Google Translate.
PS The European Centre for Disease Prevention and Control
, ECDC, are using a 14 day sample per 100,000 population to present data so they are not directly comparable with the EODY figures. Currently, according to ECDC, the cumulative 14 day figure for Greece per 100,000 is 18.5 while for the UK it is 17.3 so roughly the same except the UK figure is rising very slowly while Greece is rising faster than it did in the initial outbreak. France is currently 34 and the UK has just imposed mandatory quarantine on people entering from France so it looks like Greece is on a trajectory for travellers from here also to be subjected to quarantine in the UK in the near future.