Some 90,000 small and medium-sized businesses in Greece will now be able to access €1.14 billion euros released this week by the European Commission to address the impact of Covid-19.
Tourism in Greece
Greece’s government has reported that there have been imported cases of COVID-19, but that the situation is well under control.
Greece’s National Public Health Organization (EODY) reported yesterday no fatalities and only 28 new confirmed cases of COVID-19 over the past 24 hour period. The number brings the total number of cases in Greece since the onset of the pandemic to 3,486. Also in the news, from the grand total of tests, 27,416 were carried […]
Crises Management Minister Nikos Hardialias visited Corfu airport last week on a continuing tour or regional airport hubs.
Officials in Greece have announced the country will cover the cost of treatment for any tourists who test positive for Covid-19 while visiting.
Athens is looking at agreements with neighbor states, then with other EU nations, and finally internationally.
Starting on Monday, Greece’s archaeological wonders will begin opening to the public once again, according to the Ministry of Culture.
Greece’s Secretary-General of Civil Protection says intensive inspections for the coronavirus continue for those arriving from abroad.
A survey this week tells of Greeks anxious to take their Summer vacations as soon as the COVID-19 Coronavirus restrictions are lifted.
Aegean Airlines has announced a drastic curtailment of scheduled flights abroad and in Greece by the end of April.
IATA now sees 2020 global revenue losses for passenger business at between $63 billion and $113 billion. There are no figures for cargo.
Tourism professionals should not hold out false hope for a kill-off of COVID-19 spread. Experts say the virus may affect all countries.
According to Check24, Crete island attracts the second-largest share of German travelers booking island destinations for 2020 so far.
All across Crete Island people will celebrate “Apokries” with colorful carnival events culminating on “Clean Monday.”
World Bank says reunification of Cyprus would see the income of both Greek Cypriots and Turkish Cypriot increase by 7%.