Only 36% of the out of court fines issued by police for violations of the lockdown have been paid, Alpha TV reports.
It said that police had reported 8376 violations for which 6,975 out of court fines were issued while the rest will go to court.
Of these 2,544, or 36% have been paid, leaving 4,431, still pending.
Alpha said police have already or will be filing court cases for the remaining 1401 decree violations.
Under the law, fines must be paid within 15 days after which the fine doubles. If it remains unpaid for a further 15 days, the case goes to court.