And while it was announced that temperatures will reach 42 degrees in some places due to the “Kleon” temperatures in Greece, the Greek Ministry of Labor has taken a series of measures to prevent employees from being affected by the heat wave.
The heat wave, which was effective in Europe, also hit Greece. Because of Cleon’s effective temperatures in the country, action was taken.
In a statement issued by the Greek Ministry of Labor, it was stated that employees with sensitive conditions such as heart disease can work remotely. He stated that special leave can be granted to employees who suffer from sensitive diseases, but do not have the opportunity to work remotely.
He stated that commuting to and from work can be applied to people who work outdoors during flexible working hours, while advising employees not to be outside during the hottest hours of the day, especially between 12.00 and 17.00, and to use special protective equipment until they protect themselves from the heat.
The authorities also warned the public and tourists to stay in air-conditioned areas and drink plenty of water against the hot weather.
And while temperatures in the country are expected to reach 42 degrees from Friday, meteorologists announced that temperatures will return to seasonal normal from Sunday.
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