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5 Greeks in quarantine due to Omicron variant; Emergency travel directive south African countries(Notam)

Five Greek citizens, who arrived το Athens from south African countries, have been placed on a ten-day precautionary quarantine, according to the new protocol due to Covid-19 Omicron variant. The five citizens, all sailors, came from south Africa and Zimbabwe via a stopover in the United Arab Emirates. Upon arrival, …

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Ten EU countries agree to take 400 unaccompanied minors from Moria

Ten EU member states have agreed to take the 400 unaccompanied minors form the burned down camp in Moria. Germany and France will take the majority of them, each 100-150, German state broadcaster reported on Friday. The countries that will take the refugee children are: Germany, France, Finland, Luxembourg, Slovenia, …

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EU list of 15 countries allowed into the bloc; U.S., Russia off

The European Union released on Tuesday the list of countries outside the bloc and Schengen area Brussels considers as “safe”. Travelers from these 14+1 countries will be allowed into EU as of July 1, 2020. The list is compiled based on epideliological criteria similar to the EU average of even …

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Greek Post resumes mail services to several foreign countries

The Greek Post has resumed services to several foreign countries and sending of postal items is possible again after weeks of halting operation due to the pandemic. Restrictions on airmail transport worldwide, as a result of the COVID-19 crisis, also have an impact on mail transportation. Restoring Greece’s postal connection …

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Lime scooters free of charge in Greece & 10 EU countries on May 26 elections

Lime scooters is providing up to 15 hours’ worth of urban rides free of charge on May 26 in Greece and ten other EU countries to encourage people to vote at the European Parliament elections. The company offers free scooters and helmets in the cities of Athens and Thessaloniki in …

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