Over the past 24 hours, Greece officials registered 2.845 new cases of COVID-19. Greece seems on the brink of tourism chaos.
The Greek government’s “Blue Freedom” scheme to put fill remote islands with tourists this summer just blew up in their political faces.
Greece could glean an additional 21.8 billion euros from elderly, wellness, spa, and medical tourism, a diaNEOsis research finds.
Greece confirmed 3,593 new coronavirus case in the last 24 hours. In Athens, anti-vaxxers clash with police for the third time in 10 days.
Wildfires today near Athens have firefighters battling intense blazes. Officials warn of coming heat wave.
The COVID-19 pandemic curfew on Mykonos island lifted today. New cases across Greece were over 2,000 in 24 hours.
Greek officials and the European Commission signed the first funding agreement as part of Greece’s national recovery plan, Greece 2.0.
Minoan Lines has announced 100% of its staff has been vaccinated against the coronavirus (Covid-19), and adding new air filtration systems.
Tourism Minister Harry Theocharis meets with Crete officials to beg for more vaccinations and to discuss distributing EU funds.
Greek officials have confirmed 2,854 new coronavirus infections in the last 24 hours. The government is now paying doctors to vaccinate.
Accor opens Mercure Rhodes Alexia, the brand’s first in Greece, expanding the brand’s southeast Europe footprint.
Greece recorded 2,604 new coronavirus infections in the last 24 hours. The infection rate per 100,000 residents on Mykonos skyrockets.