Friday has been a pretty busy news day where the tourism sector is concerned. Here’s a brief rundown of the news and events from Greece.
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Greece’s Tourism Minister Haris Theocharis held a press conference this week to announce the country hopes on opening its tourist season on May 14.
National Vaccination Committee President Maria Theodoridou says vaccinations in Greece will exceed one million within a week.
EU officials are skeptical of the latest Greece-Israel travel pact that allows vaccine certified travelers.
Beginning tomorrow, the lockdown restrictions in Athens and the surrounding Attica region will get tougher.
Greek officials announce the reopening of retail stores and shopping malls on January 18th, night curfew will remain in force.
Authorities in Greece announced yesterday, only 262 new cases of the coronavirus in the country, with 13 of those detected at border checkpoints.
COVID-19 has cost Greece in excess of €15 billion euro in tourism revenues according to the National Bank of Greece.
Greece’s authorities announced last Friday the limited easing of the country’s Covid-19 lockdown restrictions for the Christmas and New Year holidays. Government Spokesperson Stelios Petsas gave the following instructions via the announcement: —- Retailers, beginning Sunday, December 13, until Thursday, January 7, 2021, will be allowed to operate only under the so-called “click-away” method to accept orders by […]
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.
Greece officials announced yesterday 2835 new coronavirus cases of which 15 were identified following inspections at the entry gates of the country. This figure brings the total number of cases in Greece to 72,510, of which 54.0% are men. According to Satuday’s report from EODY, 4622 (6.4%) are considered to be related to travel abroad and 18812 (25.9%) are associated […]
Greece’s Deputy Minister for Civil Protection & Crisis Management Nikos Hardalias defines new COVID restrictions.
Greece’s National Public Health Organization (EODY) announces another record for the most coronavirus cases registered over a 24 hour period.
Greek Prime Minister Kyriakos Mitsotakis is pleading with Greek citizens to be vigilant and to respect COVID-19 safety measures to limit the spread of the coronavirus.