Two more people died in Greece from Covid-19, bringing the new death toll at 108, according to media reports on Friday.
The first victim was a 92-year-old man who had an underlying illness and was being treated at a hospital in Ptolemaida, western Macedonia.
The second patient was a 78-year-old man in Athens' Sotiria Hospital who also suffered from a pre-existing condition.
A moderate earthquake, measuring 4.2 on the Richter scale, occurred near Ptolemaida in northern Greece on Wednesday afternoon.
There were no reports of any injuries or damage.
The temblor occurred at 3.20 p.m. some 11 kilometers east-northeast of the city at a depth of 11 kilometers, according to the Geodynamic Institute of the Athens National Observatory.
Three patients who were infected with the new coronavirus died in the past 12 hours, bringing Greece's death toll from the ongoing epidemic to 46.
A 79-year-old man died in the early hours of Tuesday at the Bodosakeio Hospital of Ptolemaida in the northern region Kozani, one of the harder hit parts of Greece.
Workers of the country's public power corporation are to start rolling 48-hour strikes from Tuesday at midnight, their labor union GENOP announced on Monday.
The action, which is being held to protest the government's plans to shut down all of the country's lignite-powered plants starting next year.
Workers at the state-run Public Power Corporation will be staging a rally on Monday in Kozani, northern Greece, to protest the government's plans to shut down all of the country's lignite-powered plants starting next year.
The rally against the "sudden death" of PPC, according to unionists, will start at 5 p.m. at the main square of the town of Ptolemaida.
A 67-year-old man died on Monday morning after being accidentally shot during a wild boar hunt in a forested area between the northern Greek towns of Kozani and Florina on Sunday.
According to reporters, a fellow hunter mistook him for their quarry.
He was rushed to a hospital in the town of Ptolemaida, where he underwent surgery but died.