On May 3rd, the day after Orthodox Easter, the lenient lockdown aimed at slowing the spread of COVID-19 in Greece will essentially end.
Greece may be the backdrop for a new Sci-Fi horror, a dystopian nightmare where tourism euros are now worth more than people.
The Greek government has revised a law on shoreline use that gives shoreline rental businesses the right to use beaches.
Greeks celebrate 200 years of freedom from Ottoman bondage, at a moment when international corporations create tourism slavery.
Romania and Greece are keen to set up a travel arrangement for vaccinated travelers using their own vaccine certificates. What can go wrong?
According to officials in Greece, the current lockdown will probably stretch on into mid-December given bad COVID numbers across the country.
As of Wednesday, the Hellenic National Public Health Organisation (EODY) reported 2,752 confirmed Covid-19 cases.
The Hellenic National Public Health Organization (EODY) announced yesterday 436 new Covid-19 cases and 6 deaths in the last 24 hours.
Greek officials have imposed a crackdown for COVID-19 violations. Individuals who violate regulations can now be sentenced to life in prison.
Greece’s Deputy Minister of Greek Civil Protection Nikos Hardalias says tourism is not the cause for the recent rise in Covid-19 cases.
The Greek National Tourism Organization (GNTO) has launched a “first-ever” strategic partnership with Bloomberg.
The National Organisation of Public Health (EODY) has announced 203 new cases of coronavirus in Greece as of Sunday.
As Europe’s touristic destinations open their borders for travelers from July 1st, EU regulators mull over banning American travelers.
Greece’s Harry Theoharis told a TV audience every part of his country will have the full capacity to deal with coronavirus cases.
Aegean Airlines announced the resumption of direct flights from Thessaloniki to six destinations abroad as of June 15.