On the eve of Greece reopening to tourists, COVID-19 cases have spiked to 3,421 in a 24 hour period. Is Athens moving too fast?
With just days to go before Greece is open to tourists, Greek hoteliers are asking the government’s help with operating costs.
According to Greek officials, there were 2,155 laboratory-confirmed new cases of Covid-19 in the country over the last 24 hours.
The COVID-19 pandemic still dominates every faces of travel news in Greece and worldwide. Here are Greek highlights.
The National Public Health Organization (EODY) reported on Saturday 3,232 new coronavirus infections in the last 24 hours.
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.
Greece’s Tourism Minister Harry Theoharis is working with UK officials to try and create a travel corridor for vaccinated British citizens.
According to Greece’s National Public Health Organization (EODY) there were another 1.113 new coronavirus cases recorded on Saturday.
Public health officials in Greece (EODY) announced 484 new cases of infection of the variant of COVID-19.
Greek officials announce the reopening of retail stores and shopping malls on January 18th, night curfew will remain in force.
The European Center for Disease Prevention and Control (ECDC) has put Greece at condition green on its latest coronavirus map.
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 […]
Yesterday, Greek officials announced 1,534 new cases of COVID-19, with 23 having been identified following inspections at border locations.
The lastest coronavirus tally in Greece is 715 cases in a 24-hour period. Some fear the second wave may turn into a tsunami of death and economic devastation.
The Hellenic National Public Health Organization (EODY) announced yesterday 436 new Covid-19 cases and 6 deaths in the last 24 hours.