Greece officials have decided to postpone opening the country’s borders to visitors from outside the European Union.
The recent rise in coronavirus cases in Greece has United Kingdom officials considering a travel ban to the country.
Greece will begin taking direct flights from the UK starting July 15th according to news from the tourism ministry.
The US and Eight other countries are still on a travel ban list due to a bad COVID-19 record.
As Europe’s touristic destinations open their borders for travelers from July 1st, EU regulators mull over banning American travelers.
The European Commission has called for extending measures to minimalize the spread of the coronavirus until June 15th.
The Greek government has ordered the closure of all the country’s year-round hotels, in the wake of the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic.
The Greek Tourism Confederation (SETE) has called on the Greek government to implement a series of COVID-19 related emergency measures.
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Ryanair announced the suspension of its full flight schedule to/from and within Italy in the wake of the country’s lockdown over COVID-19.