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Greek Promachonas and Nymphaea Road Borders Now Open to Travelers

Road travelers can enter Greece through two border points, as long as they provide proof of Covid-19 vaccination or a negative PCR test result.

Covid-19: Retail Stores in Thessaloniki and Achaia Open Doors on Monday

Greek authorities have announced that retail stores in Thessaloniki and Achaia will re-open to consumers as of April 12 under Covid-19-secure guidelines.

Shops in Greece to Re-open Under Covid-19 Guidelines

Retail stores in Greece will re-open to consumers on April 5 under Covid-19 guidelines, the Greek government has announced.

Greece Eases Some Covid-19 Lockdown Restrictions

As of Monday, March 22, Greek authorities will ease a few lockdown measures that were imposed to limit the spread of Covid-19.

More Areas Go ‘Dark Red’ on Greece’s Covid-19 Map

More areas in Greece have moved to Covid-19 ‘dark red’ level (very high-risk) on the country’s coronavirus risk-assessment map, due to a rise in cases.

Two More Areas in Greece Move to Covid-19 ‘Dark Red’ Alert

Two more areas in Greece have moved to'dark red' risk level on the country's Covid-19 risk-assessment map.

Covid-19: Greece Tightens Restrictions for Outside Movement via SMS

Going outside in Greece during lockdown will get harder as of March 4 as authorities have tightened rules for leaving home under the SMS system for movement.

New Rules for Entry to Greece via Kakavia and Evzoni Land Borders

New restrictions will be in place as of March 1 for those entering Greece through the Kakavia and Evzoni land border points.

Covid-19: Greece Considers Re-opening Some Activities in March

Greek authorities are looking into ways to allow certain activities in March, including retail and schools, but not non-essential domestic travel.

Greece Eases Some Covid-19 Lockdown Rules, Keeps Movement Restrictions in Place

Greece from January 25 will ease a few Covid-19 lockdown measures but keep movement-related restrictions in place.

Covid-19: Greece Keeps Night Curfew in Place, Lifts Strict Lockdown Measures in Some Areas

Although Greece's retail stores and shopping malls will reopen on January 18, the country's 9pm-5am night curfew and movement via SMS system will remain in force.

Greek Covid-19 Support Measures Get Extension

Greek PM Kyriakos Mitsotakis has announced that the Covid-19 relief measures, which include rent exemptions and employee subsidies, will be extended.

Covid-19: Greece to Open Nursery and Primary Schools First

Greek health experts have agreed that kindergartens and primary schools can re-open on January 11, under strict guidelines and Covid-19 measures.

Greece: New Rent Relief Measures for January-February

Greek businesses forced to remain closed through to January 11 due to lockdown measures, will not have to pay rent for January, the finance ministry said.

Tough Covid-19 Lockdown Measures for New Year’s in Greece

Greek authorities said Covid-19 restrictions including a curfew, no travel between prefectures, and text messaging for all movement, would also apply for New Year’s.

Greek Coast Guard Steps Up Checks on Ferries and Travelers

The Hellenic Coast Guard is stepping up checks on ferries and passengers to ensure that safety protocols against Covid-19 are being followed.

High Covid-19 Rates in Greece Create Concern

Greek authorities are considering to re-examine lockdown measures and holiday restrictions, following a strong persistence of Covid-19 incidents in Western Attica and Northern Greece.

Covid-19: Greece Puts Limit on Household Gatherings for Holiday Celebrations

The Greek government has put a limit on the number of people that can gather in a house to celebrate the Christmas and New Year holidays.

Greece Announces Limited Easing of Covid-19 Lockdown Restrictions for Holiday Season

Greek authorities have announced a very limited easing of the country's Covid-19 lockdown restrictions for the holiday season.

PM: Greece Must Avoid a 3rd Wave of Covid-19 at All Costs

Greek PM Kyriakos Mitsotakis backed the government’s decision to continue lockdown measures into the new year stressing the need to avoid a third wave of Covid-19.