Greece to reopen to tourists on 15 June

Greece to reopen to tourists on 15 June

In an address to the nation, the Greek prime minister, Kyriakos Mitsotakis, said 15 June was the official start date of a tourist season delayed by the global coronavirus pandemic and that direct international fights to the country’s tourist destinations would resume gradually from 1 July.
“Sample tests will be conducted on our visitors, and our general health protocols will be adhered to, without them … overshadowing our bright sun or the natural beauties of Greece,” Mitsotakis said.

Holidaymakers from the UK and other countries would not be quarantined but would have to undergo coronavirus tests.

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