Stefanos Tsitsipas calls on people to ‘show responsibility’ in new Greek government ad

·

As the second wave of COVID-19 comes to Greece, tennis star Stefanos Tsitsipas urges people to be more responsible in order to be better protected from the virus.

Featuring in a new advertisement for the Greek government, Tsitsipas reminded Greeks and tourists that none of their steps can afford to be “carefree” this summer.

“Those we love may be more vulnerable than we are to the coronavirus. That is why we should embraced the protection measures. So that we can soon embrace those we love again, as before,” Tsitsipas says.

The Greek World No. 6 has previously claimed that a yearly lockdown is “good for the planet”, saying he feels comfortable during the enforced competitive hiatus.

“I actually think they should put us in lockdown once a year – it’s good for nature, it’s good for our planet. I actually think it will be environmentally very beneficial. Life is such a hustle, and you never get the time to spend with your family and connect with them. Now it’s an opportunity to do so,” Tsitsipas said.

Advertisement

Share:

KEEP UP TO DATE WITH TGH

By subscribing you accept our Terms of Service and Privacy Policy.

Advertisement

Latest News

The first Greek to ever step foot in America

His name was Theodore and he disembarked on the coast of Florida on April 14, 1528. He was a member of a Spanish exploratory...

Three Greek beaches among the best in the world

In anticipation of the upcoming season, BeachAtlas has once again decided to compile its own ranking of the top 100 beaches in the world,...

Cyprus-Greece ferry connection to restart in May

The Cyprus-Greece maritime passenger connection will run for a third consecutive year, subsidized by Nicosia following the European Commission approval. An announcement from Cyprus’ Deputy...

Legend of the Church of Panagia Platsani on Santorini island

The Church of Panagia Platsani is the most famous church in Oia on the northern part of the Greek island of Santorini. Situated at the...

Antiquity missing since WWII returns to Greece

An ancient artifact, missing since German occupation, has been returned to Greece by Hanover’s municipality and the August Kestner Museum, the Greek Culture Ministry...

You May Also Like

Multicultural media recognised by the NSW Premier at annual communications awards

The winners of the 2022 Premier’s Multicultural Media and Communications Awards have been named, recognising the important contributions they make to supporting NSW’s diverse...

Sydney Greek schools celebrate Easter with hat parades and cooking activities

There was Easter hat parades, kolourakia making and red egg dying at All Saints Grammar, St Spyridon College and St Euphemia College to mark...

Greece to reclaim ancient horse from US after court ruling

The Greek Culture Ministry said Wednesday it would seek the repatriation from New York of a 2,700-year-old bronze horse statuette which it says was...