“The lockdown was a rough patch for us, because we closed the dairy. We sell our products mainly on the local market and hope that the situation will get better and the tourism will return to some extent, allowing us to sell.”
Giorgos Syrianos, Cheesemaker and Livestock Breeder in Mykonos
“The first week was very hard; there was lots of fear, hysterics and panic. We knew it right from the start that there would be shortages, so we applied purchase restrictions for disinfectants and masks.”
“Now with the epidemic, in addition to helping my mother with all errands, I also deliver groceries free of charge for many customers who cannot leave their house because they belong to vulnerable groups or because they are scared.”
Dimitris Zaros, 25 y.o., Delivery Service Employee
“I feel proud to be a part of the campaign against the spread of covid”
Nikoletta Iliopoulou, 34 y.o., Municipality of Athens Disinfection unit.
She was appointed at the municipality two years ago, under the procedure of the Supreme Council for Civil Personnel Selection (ASEP). She is married, with three children.