Greece officials have confirmed 2,595 new coronavirus infections in the last 24 hours. According to the latest report from EODY.
Greece’s National Public Health Organisation announced yesterday 617 new certified coronavirus cases for the previous 24 hour period.
Greek officials have announced that the first COVID-19 vaccinations will be administered at designated reference hospitals in Attica on December 27.
Greece’s government now admits that the current lockdown to stop COVID-19 was too late. Now, hospitals in the country are overwhelmed.
Officials in Greece have instituted new curfews and the mandatory wearing of masks everywhere as of Saturday.
Israel will go into a new national lockdown for three weeks starting Friday, September 18th, and ending October 11th.
Greece’s government has announced plans for a new €10 billion euro package of measures to cushion the blow from the coronavirus (Covid-19) pandemic.
Greece will begin taking direct flights from the UK starting July 15th according to news from the tourism ministry.
The UNWTO’s Zurab Pololikashvili delivered the message that building trust is the key to tourism rebounding in the wake of the pandemic.
The World Tourism Organization (UNWTO) says the COVID-19 pandemic has prompted every world destination to introduce restrictions on travel.
Emirates Airlines has just begun a “first-ever” industry attempt to help-reopen the air travel market via on site coronavirus testing.
The European Commission has approved a €2 billion-euro aid package to help Greece weather the economic effects of the coronavirus (COVID-19).