Music will be allowed again in restaurants and the curfew will be shortened by an hour from Saturday, June 12, Greece’s authorities announced among other on Wednesday, with a roadmap of lifting further restrictions. The announcement comes following a meeting of the country’s epidemiologists’ committee earlier today.
According to head of Greece’s Civil Protection Nikos Hardalias, the roadmap to lift further restrictions is:
June 12, 2021
Music in restaurants, only outdoors and only for seated customers. for violations fine is 5,000 for the first violation and shut down for 15 days for the second one.
Curfew from 1:30 a.m. until 5:30 a.m. the night curfew will be lifted altogether on July 1, 2021
Dining in ventilated galleries with only 2 entrances
Increase of capacity in theaters, other facilities: up to 75% for 5000 seats. In any case: mandatory use of face mask.
June 14, 2021
Resume of all practical, laboratory and clinical exercises for all students of all semesters as well as the lifelong learning centers of the universities.
July 1, 2021
Abolishing of night curfew
Increase of guests at receptions up to 300 people (weddings etc)
Also but no date was given
Increase: Presence of four customers at the same time in mobile phone companies
Trade & local festival fairs will be allowed in regional units where the percentage of vaccinated population is over 50%.
Hardalias stressed that the pandemic is still in the country.
More information on coronavirus in Greece here.