The women will be charged in an Athens court with intentionally inflicting grievous bodily harm, a felony, Kathimerini reported Thursday.
Another 12 sex workers, alleged to be HIV carriers, will be in court Friday on similar charges.
The arrests came as hundreds of brothel visitors contacted a helpline to arrange for tests, and Greek Health Minister Andreas Loverdos called for criminalizing unprotected sex with prostitutes, the newspaper said.
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