As Harry Theoharis exits his position as Greece’s Minister of Tourism the question is, “Why was he sacked at this crucial juncture?”
Greeks, get vaccinated. Not for the Schmuck Politicians who have fumbled on COVID. For all of us subject to new more deadly variants.
With wildfire ravaging the country, and the coronavirus resurging, will Greek officials finally admit the 2021 tourism season was a mistake?
World leadership during the coronavirus pandemic has failed the people of Earth miserably. It’s a time wen economics was chosen over people.
The Greek government’s “Blue Freedom” scheme to put fill remote islands with tourists this summer just blew up in their political faces.
More fumbling from Greece’s leadership may indicate some form of cosmic mind control ray is making them just this dumb.
Tourism Minister Harry Theocharis meets with Crete officials to beg for more vaccinations and to discuss distributing EU funds.
Greek officials are once again saying an upswing in COVID cases has nothing to do with tourism. We beg to differ.
In the face of dizzying uncertainty about the Delta variant, travelers must decide whether or not to visit Greece based on hunches.
The Greek leadership shows a total disconnect from the public trust. A recent accident shows no contingencies emergencies.
The people of Crete are weary of ongoing COVID-19 restrictions and the seeming inability of Greek leadership to protect them.
Greece’s Health Ministry’s committee of experts is now considering which activities will restart in the country when new cases of COVID begin to decline.
Greek political and business leadership launches cartoonish tourism PR campaign in the midst of record COVID-19 cases.
The pandemic is still on the rise in Greece, but promoting tourism above all else still seems to be the priority. Meanwhile, TUI goes on sales rampage.
Beginning tomorrow, the lockdown restrictions in Athens and the surrounding Attica region will get tougher.