U.K. nationals who have received both doses of a Covid-19 vaccine will be allowed to visit the island as of May 1.
This week the European Tourism Manifesto alliance, a group of more than 60 public and private travel and tourism organizations, has launched a COVID-19 awareness campaign tagged #Tourism4Recovery. The campaign is intended to inform on the impacts of the pandemic, while at the same time laying the groundwork for sustainable investment. The plan, which was published last month, […]
If the vaccines don’t arrive soon, Greece will be out of the tourism business for 2021 and beyond. But the wider news is far worse.
The new COVID strain has Europe leaders scrambling for answers. Experts say the virus will continue to mutate until stopped from replicating.
Greek officials have announced that the first COVID-19 vaccinations will be administered at designated reference hospitals in Attica on December 27.
Hoteliers in North African countries are beginning to see the light at the end of the pandemic tunnel. Flights and investments on the rise.
Greek authorities have now reduced the mandatory quarantine time for incoming travelers to the country during the holiday season to only 3 days.
The German federal police report that one-in-five German travelling to countries designated “high-risk” for COVID-19, falsify their documents.
COVID-19 has shaken the world. It’s just too bad that the Air Transport Association (IATA) and other leadership were not more proactive.
Greek Tourism Minister Harry Theoharis and Deputy Tourism Minister Manos Konsolas are now in a precautionary quarantine.
According to infectious disease expert Professor Gkikas Mangiorkinis, most of the new COVID-19 cases are being detected outside of the regions of Attica and Thessaloniki.
International markets are rallying on news Pfizer will distribute a Covid-19 vaccine in collaboration with German BionTech.
Greek decision makers have been crazily optimistic since the first COVID-19 lockdown. Their optimism seems misplaced now.
According to recent data from the World Travel & Tourism Council (WTTC) as many as 174 million jobs in the tourism sector will be lost this year on account of the negative effects of the coronavirus outbreak.
The Hellenic National Public Health Organization (EODY) announced on Wednesday at total of 1,547 confirmed cases of COVID-19.