Health Minister assures all measures against coronavirus have been taken in Greece

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Greek Health Minister Vassilis Kikilias reiterated on Sunday that all the necessary protection measures to address the coronavirus that appeared in China have been taken in Greece, in an interview with Open TV, ANA reports.

“If necessary, the National Public Health Organisation is ready to use thermal cameras at the Greek airports as well as portable pistol thermometers,” said Mr Kikilias.

In Australia, a fourth case of coronavirus has been confirmed, with 3 cases in NSW and 1 in Victoria.

In Europe, 3 cases of coronavirus have been confirmed in France.

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