The Greek Tourism Minister Harry Theoharis outlined on Wednesday the “Restart Tourism” plan that from June 15 Greece will allow the entrance of incoming tourists initially from countries chosen based on “epidemiological criteria”.
The incoming tourists will not need to have a coronavirus test prior to travel nor will they be quarantined after arrival.
The first countries that Greece will allow tourists to come from are Cyprus, Israel, China, Japan, Australia, Norway, Denmark, Austria, Bulgaria, Serbia, Romania, Albania, North Macedonia, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Croatia, Poland, Hungary, Slovakia, Czech Republic.
05/05 The Greek National Commission for the Protection of Public Health has announced that all private leisure boats and commercial craft, regardless of flag, are prohibited from departing or arriving within the Greek Territory between Monday 4 May at 6am until Monday 18 May at 6am for precautionary public health reasons.
03/05 Greece was far less hit by the COVID-19 pandemic and is preparing to release the lockdown in May, but only for the mainland. The islands will remain closed, to protect the local healthcare facilities.