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Tourist Repatriation Flights from Fire-hit Rhodes Continue

Greece’s Transport Ministry announced that repatriation flights would continue for tourists on fire-hit Rhodes.

Fires Ravage Greece for 7th Consecutive Day Flared by Extreme Heat

At least 82 fires broke out in Greece on the hottest weekend of the year so far forcing evacuations.

Covid-19 Curfew Imposed in Heraklion, Crete

An overnight curfew and a music ban will be imposed in Heraklion, Crete, from August 11, to curb the spread of Covid-19.

Strict Covid-19 Measures Imposed on Zakynthos and Chania

Greek authorities have imposed a curfew and music ban at the popular destinations of Zakynthos and Chania, Crete, to contain the spread of Covid-19.

New Covid-19 Measures for Mykonos: Curfew and Music Ban

Greek authorities have imposed a curfew and music ban on the popular island of Mykonos to contain the spread of Covid-19.

Covid-19 Emergency Restrictions Lifted for Kalymnos

The Greek authorities have lifted the emergency restrictions that had been imposed on the island of Kalymnos to curb the spread of the coronavirus.

Covid-19: More Areas in Greece Put Under Strict Lockdown

Greek authorities will tighten lockdown measures in Argolida and Sparti due to high coronavirus infection rates.

Coronavirus Restrictions Announced for Regional Units of Ioannina and Kozani

Rising Covid-19 cases in the regional units of Ioannina and Kozani have prompted the Greek authorities to announce restrictive measures.

Covid-19: Restrictive Measures Imposed on Achaia and Ioannina in Greece

Restrictive measures have been announced for the entire regional unit of Achaia and the Municipality of Ioannina in Western Greece to combat the spread of Covid-19.

Covid-19 Restrictions Imposed on Kythnos Island

Greece has announced measures for the island of Kythnos in the Cyclades, aimed at curbing the further spread of the coronavirus.

Covid-19 Restrictions Imposed in Pella, Pieria, Imathia and Kilkis

Greece has imposed emergency measures in the regional units of Pella, Pieria, Imathia and Kilkis in Central Macedonia to curb the further spread of Covid-19.

Greek Authorities Impose Covid-19 Measures in Karditsa, Pella and Pieria

The Greek government has announced emergency measures in the areas of Karditsa, Pella and Pieria, aimed at curbing the further spread of Covid-19.

Covid-19: No Standing Customers Allowed in Bars and Clubs in Greece

The Greek government has extended a ban on standing customers in all bars, clubs, live music venues, bar-restaurants and cafe-bars until August 31.

High Fire Risk in Greece for Friday, July 10

Greece's General Secretariat for Civil Protection has warned that on Friday, July 10, the risk of wildfires in certain regions of the country will be very high.

Protocol for Arrivals in Greece: All Travelers Must Fill Out a Passenger Locator Form

People planning to travel to Greece by plane, ship or car, are required to complete a Passenger Locator Form (PLF) at least 48 hours before entering the country.

Fire Devastates Evia Leaving Behind Ecological Disaster

Villages were evacuated and EU aid requested after a fire raged through the Greek island of Evia leaving behind an ecological catastrophe.

Greece Launches 112 Emergency Number Ahead of Fire Season

Greece’s Civil Protection body has launched the 24-hour single European emergency 112 number set to warn of potential dangers, including wildfires.

Greece Issues Warnings for Forest Fire Risk

Strong winds and extremely high temperatures have prompted Greece’s Civil Protection authority and the national fire brigade to issue warnings for the high risk of forest fires.

Greek Civil Protection: Be Ahead of the Fire – Alert, Prevent, Act

As the weather gets hotter and the winds stronger, Greece's civil protection authorities are urging residents and travelers to take preventative measures, be alert and ready to act in order to avoid fires.

Tourism Flows to Zakynthos Strong, No Quake Impact, Say Hoteliers

Zakynthos hoteliers confirmed that a 6.8 magnitude earthquake that rattled the island last month has had no impact on tourism flows.