Greek banks are set to reopen Monday after the European Central Bank increased the level of emergency cash available to the country’s lenders, officials said Thursday. However, limited cash withdrawals—€60 a day—would be lifted gradually and may include a weekly maximum rather than daily limits, said Deputy Finance Minister Dimitris Mardas. Eurozone ministers earlier agreed on a bridge loan of €7 billion from an EU-wide fund to help keep Greece afloat. Germany’s parliament will vote Friday on a new bailout for Greece despite approval from the eurozone. Banks have been closed since June 29.