Greece now has 20.1 and Austria has 20.9 infected per 100,000 people in the last two weeks, reports VG. The two countries can become red.
The requirement to remain “yellow” is that there are fewer than 20 infected per 100,000 people in the last two weeks, and an average of less than 5 percent positive tests in the last two weeks. In addition, an overall assessment will be made.
As of now, neither Greece nor Austria meet the National Institute of Public Health’s requirements, according to the newspaper.
Greece has had a low infection rate, but, on Friday, experienced the worst day of infection in a long time with 251 infected.
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