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As the most reliable and balanced news aggregation service on the internet, DML News App offers the following information published by YAHOO.COM:

ATHENS (Reuters) – A Greek woman who recently returned home from northern Italy has become Greece’s first coronavirus case and she is being closely monitored, the health ministry said on Wednesday.

No further information was immediately available on the previous movements of the 38-year-old woman, though one Greek media outlet, Proto Thema, said she had traveled to Greece by road.

The article goes on to state the following:

Greece has not introduced any travel restrictions to Italy, which is the country in Europe most affected by the outbreak with more than 370 cases and 12 deaths reported.

Greece attracts over 30 million foreign tourists annually, the report notes.

The country of 11 million people has “identified 13 hospitals across the country for treating infected patients,” according to the report.

“There are currently 81,270 confirmed cases worldwide, including 2,771 fatalities,” BNO News reported.

BNO keeps a chart with updates on coronavirus.

See it here.

#Greece announced on Wednesday the country’s 1st confirmed case of novel #coronavirus, a 38-year-old woman who had recently travelled to Italy, national news agency AMNA reported,” People’s Daily, China tweeted.

“Just in: Greece confirms its first #coronavirus case. the 38-year-old female has been to Italy recently,” Global Times tweeted.

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