The pandemic hasn’t changed anything for the students at this very special Greek school. They still attend their Greek lessons just like they did before Covid-19, they still get together with their classmates and teachers, they still play games designed to help them improve their spoken Greek and they still take part in school events – all without a mask. How is this possible?
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COVID-19 is on the global stage and efforts to vaccinate the vulnerable are now in full swing. Dr. Nicholas Lelos answers the questions we are all asking including; Will the vaccine be successful in preventing transmission of the virus? What is in the vaccine? Which of the vaccines do we choose to take? Is the end of COVID-19 in sight?
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Yianni Cartledge will present a two-part series of lectures entitled “Greek War of Independence (1821-1832):…