Is Greece’s tourism restart about to be the biggest flop in history, or will last-minute bookings rescue the COVID stricken economy?
Greece vaccine rollout
The tourism flood gates are about to open in Greece. Meanwhile, most citizens are torn as to whether or not its a good idea.
Greek decision makers are chest bumping one another over the COVID response. Meanwhile, the system is badly broken.
Greece may be the backdrop for a new Sci-Fi horror, a dystopian nightmare where tourism euros are now worth more than people.
This week travel experts discuss the need for Greece to adapt in the wake of COVID-19, and more news on the economy and summer vacations.
Greek officials are on a marketing campaign that is misleading, at best, touting the country’s safety when citizens are still in peril.
The convergence of coronavirus vaccine necessity and marketing practice reveal just how desperate the tourism situation is in the EU.
Greeks celebrate 200 years of freedom from Ottoman bondage, at a moment when international corporations create tourism slavery.
National Vaccination Committee President Maria Theodoridou says vaccinations in Greece will exceed one million within a week.
Greece’s Tourism Minister Theoharis says British nationals will be allowed into Greece during the summer without vaccine.
EU officials are skeptical of the latest Greece-Israel travel pact that allows vaccine certified travelers.
Greek health authorities are putting in effect a four-phase plan for the vaccination of people against the COVID-19 on the Greek islands.