Greece continues to manage to curb the coronavirus outbreak with a total of 105 deaths since the start of the pandemic and 2,205 cases in total, according to government figures released on Thursday.

A report by a Paris-based think tank said Turkey’s neighbor is the most successful among 10 major European countries in terms of “flattening the curve” of infections, seen as key to taming the virus.

The Bridge report said Greece’s decision to impose early strict and restrictive measures succeeded in slowing the virus’ spread.

Despite its past economic failures, the country responded promptly to the outbreak, and

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