Greek media reported one more death from Covid-19 in Greece on Tuesday, which brings the total number to 185.
The victim was a 74-year-old man from the town of Xanthi who was being treated in the University Hospital of Alexandroupolis.
The official death toll announced by the Health Ministry on Monday afternoon was 184, along with a total of 3,134 infections.
A border guard serving in the region of Evros in northeastern Greece has tested positive for the novel coronavirus, local media reported on Tuesday.
Evros-news.gr said that the unnamed guard, a Soufli local who was serving at the town's border post, was rushed to the General University Hospital of Alexandroupoli on Monday after colleagues became concerned for his health.
A detainee at a police station in the northeastern Greek city of Alexandroupoli was found hanged on Thursday in his cell.
According to reports, the dead man was a 46-year-old Georgian national who ended his life using bed linen with which he had made a noose.
He had been arrested in connection with migrant/refugee trafficking and was due to stand trial in the coming days.
The General University Hospital of Evros in northeastern Greece confirmed the region's first case of Covid-19 on Wednesday, causing particular concern as the area shares borders with both Turkey and Bulgaria, is host to hundreds of refugees and is also dealing with a major migrant push from the east.
Municipal authorities across Greece are starting to put a cap on the number of people who can be in attendance during civil wedding ceremonies as part of the bid to contain the Covid-19 epidemic.
The measure comes as local authorities brace for a rise in applications for civil weddings after the government on Monday announced a ban on church ceremonies and services.