Athens officials have now imposed a curfew and banned music on Zakynthos Island, and at Chania on Crete island.
Something of an emergency has taken place in Greece as the country recorded 1,820 new cases of the coronavirus on Wednesday.
Greece’s Civil Aviation Authority will allow tourists to take rapid antigen tests in order to satisfy guidelines for entering the country.
Greece’s Tourism Μinister Harry Theocharis stressed the importance of Greece’s air connectivity with global markets.
Yesterday, Ryanair announced a further reducion on its winter schedule taking capacity down down to 40 percent of the rate last year.
Additional precautionary measures are in place at a number of Greek regions, including Attica and Trikala to curb the spread of the coronavirus.
Greek officials have imposed a crackdown for COVID-19 violations. Individuals who violate regulations can now be sentenced to life in prison.
The Greek authorities have now banned all parties and gatherings of more than 9 people for any reason on Mykonos and the region of Halkidiki.
This week, Greek PM Kyriakos Mitsotakis took part in a video conference with Israel’s Benjamin Netanyahu, and other heads of state to propose the creation of “safe corridors” for travel once the coronavirus restrictions are lifted. Present at the teleconference were Austrian Chancellor Sebastian Kurz, Danish PM Mette Frederiksen, Norwegian PM Erna Solberg, Israeli PM Benjamin Netanyahu, Singaporean PM Lee […]