Greek officials announced 1,465 new laboratory-confirmed cases of Covid-19 in the country over the last 24 hours.
Something of an emergency has taken place in Greece as the country recorded 1,820 new cases of the coronavirus on Wednesday.
As of Monday, July 5, adults in Greece heading to the Greek islands will have to follow new COVID-19 measures.
In the UK the Delta variant of the coronavirus threatens everything reclaimed by key vaccine strategies. Is Greece next?
According to the National Organization for Public Health (EODY), new Covid-19 infections rose to 2,433 on Tuesday from 1,381 the day before.
On the eve of Greece reopening to tourists, COVID-19 cases have spiked to 3,421 in a 24 hour period. Is Athens moving too fast?
Greece has confirmed 2,093 new coronavirus infections and 96 deaths over the last 24 hours, according to EODY.
The National Public Health Organization (EODY) reported on Saturday 3,232 new coronavirus infections in the last 24 hours.
The people of Crete are weary of ongoing COVID-19 restrictions and the seeming inability of Greek leadership to protect them.
Greek officials are on a marketing campaign that is misleading, at best, touting the country’s safety when citizens are still in peril.
National Vaccination Committee President Maria Theodoridou says vaccinations in Greece will exceed one million within a week.
According to Greece’s National Public Health Organization (EODY) there were another 1.113 new coronavirus cases recorded on Saturday.
Earlier this week news outlets reported on the New Democracy government’s concerns the third wave of coronavirus might be fueled by a stopgap COVID-19 strategy.
IATA says every effort being made to bring its Travel Pass digital health credential solution to market quickly.
Greek authorities reported 597 new cases of the new coronavirus infection in a 24-hour period on New Year’s Day.