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Greece Wants Travelers to Feel Safe and Secure After Covid-19

Making travelers to Greece feel safe and secure is of vital importance, Tourism Minister Harry Theoharis said during an interview on BBC Radio.

Greece’s Archaeological Sites Set to Reopen on May 18

Greece’s archaeological sites, closed for two months as part of Covid-19 containment measures, are scheduled to reopen to the public on May 18.

Covid-19: Greece’s Restrictive Measures in Place Until Sunday, Deputy Minister Reminds

Greece's non-essential movement ban is still valid and will be lifted after Sunday, the deputy minister of civil protection, Nikos Hardalias, has reminded.

Greece to Soon Announce post-Covid-19 Health Protocols, Tourism Minister Tells Bloomberg

Greece will soon announce health regulations for hotels to follow in the aftermath of the Covid-19 crisis, the Greek tourism minister, Harry Theoharis, told Bloomberg.

Greece Sets Face Mask Rule to Contain Covid-19 Spread

Greek health authorities are urging the country’s residents to wear a mask at all times, particularly in public spaces, in efforts to keep the spread of Covid-19 in check.

ECTAA: Concrete Actions Only Way for Tourism Value Chain to Continue

The European Travel Agents’ and Tour Operators’ Association (ECTAA) is asking for concrete actions so that the tourism value chain can continue to operate after Covid-19 restrictions are lifted.

Acropolis Upgrade Works Proceeding as Scheduled

The first phase of restoration projects of the archaeological site of the Acropolis in Athens is expected to be completed by the end of May.

Lufthansa Extends Repatriation Flight Schedule, Adds Athens-Frankfurt Route

Lufthansa has announced the extension of its repatriation flight schedule until May 31 and the addition of a new Athens-Frankfurt route to its program.

Tripadvisor Eliminates More than 900 Jobs Due to Covid-19

Tripadvisor has announced a workforce reduction that will impact more than 900 employees, due to the effects of the Covid-19 pandemic on its business.

Kos: Hippocrates’ Home Honors Frontline Health Professionals – Video

The island of Kos, the birthplace of Hippocrates, the Father of Medicine, has dedicated a short video to Greece’s frontline health professionals that are managing the Covid-19 health crisis.

Piraeus Sailing Club Raises Funds for Greece’s Battle Against Covid-19

A virtual sailing championship event, organized by the Piraeus Sailing Club, managed to raise 8,000 euros to support Greece’s fight against Covid-19.

Τι ζητούν από την κυβέρνηση οι ιδιώτες της βραχυχρόνιας μίσθωσης

Επιστολή προς τους αρμόδιους υπουργούς έστειλε ο Σύλλογος Οικονομίας Διαμοιρασμού σχετικά με τα πρωτόκολλα ασφαλείας στα καταλύματα βραχυχρόνιας μίσθωσης και τα αιτήματα ...