Greece’s Tourism Minister Harry Theoharis is working with UK officials to try and create a travel corridor for vaccinated British citizens.
Beginning tomorrow, the lockdown restrictions in Athens and the surrounding Attica region will get tougher.
Public health officials in Greece (EODY) announced 484 new cases of infection of the variant of COVID-19.
Greek health authorities are putting in effect a four-phase plan for the vaccination of people against the COVID-19 on the Greek islands.
Greek officials announce the reopening of retail stores and shopping malls on January 18th, night curfew will remain in force.
Greece’s officials are working hard to figure out strategies for reopening shops as of January 18th.
Yesterday, Greek officials announced 1,534 new cases of COVID-19, with 23 having been identified following inspections at border locations.
Greek health authorities announced this past Frida having detected some 2,013 new coronavirus cases in the 24 hours previous.
Nikos Kapravelos, who is the head of the ICUs at the George Papanikolaou General Hospital of Thessaloniki, says he fears Greece could be hit with a third wave in 2021.
Greece’s National Public Health Organization (EODY) announced yesterday yet another shattered COVID-19 record.
This week Deputy Development Minister Nikos Papathanasis announced Greece will gradually restart its economic activity as of December 1st.
As of Wednesday, the Hellenic National Public Health Organisation (EODY) reported 2,752 confirmed Covid-19 cases.
Greece is seeing a new spike in Covid-19 infections, mostly in Attica, that is stoking concerns the second wave of the pandemic will further cripple tourism and the country’s economy.
Greek authorities have reported 453 new coronavirus cases, which is the highest single-day rise since the end of lockdown. Meanwhile, corporate interests sail full speed a course into the unknown.
Greece has temporarily banned passenger flights arriving from Barcelona and the wider region of Catalonia.