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Last week, the Ritsona camp in the center of the country was quarantined after 20 people tested positive for the new coronavirus.
The unidentified woman lives at Ritsona, a refugee camp some 80 km (50 miles) north of Athens.
Hundreds of migrants and refugees have reached Greek islands near Turkey in February, increasing the strain on already struggling reception centers.
About 35,000 migrants have massed at Turkey's borders with Greece and Bulgaria since last week.
"These people will not stay in Greece. They will transit to another European country from there."
Greek border guards rebuffed nearly 7,000 attempts in the last 24 hours alone, taking the total since Feb. 29 to 34,778 and the number of arrests of those who got through to 244, the Greek government sources said.
The Turkish Interior Minister Soylu says the measure is aimed at safeguarding his country's borders.
Thousands of refugees have been reaching the Greek islands since Turkey opened its borders on Feb. 29.
The signing of the 2016 agreement almost stopped the flow of refugees to the EU.