Greek officials divert much needed COVID-19 vaccines to small islands in a bid to make safe destinations for Summer.
If the vaccines don’t arrive soon, Greece will be out of the tourism business for 2021 and beyond. But the wider news is far worse.
Israel and Greece have reached an agreement to clear the way for vaccinated tourists to travel between their Mediterranean nations.
The new COVID strain has Europe leaders scrambling for answers. Experts say the virus will continue to mutate until stopped from replicating.
Greece’s Tourism Minister Harry Theoharis said the ministry will accelerate the government’s strategic program for 2021.
Greek authorities reported 597 new cases of the new coronavirus infection in a 24-hour period on New Year’s Day.
Greek thought leaders are not really thinking ahead where sustainability is concerned. The pandemic “pause” opportunity is being wasted.
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.
Ryanair will not require fliers to be vaccinated in order to fly on the airline’s routes, according to a company spokesman.
Yesterday, Greek officials announced 1,534 new cases of COVID-19, with 23 having been identified following inspections at border locations.
According to officials in Greece, the current lockdown will probably stretch on into mid-December given bad COVID numbers across the country.
Greece’s National Public Health Organization (EODY) announced yesterday yet another shattered COVID-19 record.
The National Organization for Public Health (EODY) announced two thousand nine hundred and seventeen (2,917) new coronavirus cases in the country, 27 of which were detected after checks at the country’s gateways. The total number of infections is 49,807, of which 54.5% are men. One hundred and eighty-seven (187) patients whose median age is 66 […]
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