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Greece abolishes mandatory Covid-masks in hospitals; Exceptions

Greece abolishes the mandatory use of masks against Covid-19 by personnel in hospitals and health structures. There are exceptions, though, for personnel dealing with high risk groups of patients. The Health Ministry decision published on the official gazette on Monday, July 23, 2023. A new lifting of measures against the …

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Greece Civil Aviation extends travel restrictions until Nov 30

The Civil Aviation Authority (CAA) in Greece has extended until November 30 a series of travel restrictions “aiming to protect passengers and citizens from the Covid-19 pandemic,” as noted in a press release issued on November 9, 2020. The air directives (notams) regarding travel restrictions from certain countries and Non-EU …

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26 Greek islands exempted from unified property tax (ENFIA)

26 Greek islands are exempted from the unified property tax (ENFIA) for the year 2020. The exemption was announced by Prime Minister Kyriakos Mitsotakis on Saturday. Today, finance authorities published the list of the 26 remote islands, where property owners will not pay the property tax this year. These 26 …

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Taxpayers in small villages, islands to benefit from tax reforms

The Greek Finance Ministry has reportedly corrected the provisions for the collection of 30% of annual income via electronic receipts following strong reactions. In order to achieve tax returns, taxpayers should spent 30% of their income in e-transactions, otherwise they are threatened with a penalty of 22%. In the new …

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EU bans new cosmetics with animal-tested ingredients; some loopholes though…

No new cosmetic product containing ingredients tested on animals can be sold within the European Union, after a relevant decision by the EU Commission released on Monday.  Animal rights groups were quick to cheer the measure, but Cosmetics Europe, a trade body representing the EU’s (euro) 71 billion ($93 billion) industry, said …

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