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Greece suspends Covid-Pass and EU Digital Certificate from May 1

Greece’s Epidemiologists Committee decided on Thursday to recommend the suspension of Covid-Pass and European Digital Covid-Certificate (EUDCC) from May 1, 2022. The suspension affects vaccinated and unvaccinated citizens in the country but also tourists arriving in Greece. Details will be clarified in the forthcoming joint ministerial decision. But roughly seen …

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Greece lifts some restrictions in restaurants and entertainment venues

Greece is relaxing some of the restrictions against Covid-19 due to the recent decrease of daily infections. Health Minister Thanos Plevris announced on Thursday evening that the closure of restaurants and other venues at midnight will be lifted and so the ban of music that now will be allowed again …

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How we dine, entertain in new Greece of “vaccinated only” or “mixed” venues

New public health rules kick off across Greece on Friday, with leisure and entertainment venues like restaurants, bars, cinemas and theaters having to declare whether they operate for vaccinated customers only or mixed, vaccinated or vaccinated. The rules are to be implemented until August 31, 2021, and for seated customers …

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Greece’s entrepreneurs turn their back to “Covid-free” dine and entertainment

Only a few owners of restaurants, cafes, bars and clubs plan to use the model of Covid-free and turn their facilities into venues for vaccinated customers only.  The majority of restaurants and coffee bars owners say that they will open the indoor spaces of their facilities for “mixed” customers, that …

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Greece aims to reopen restaurants after Easter, says Minister

Greece Greece aims to reopen restaurants early next month, state minister George Gerapetritis said on Wednesday, as the country is desperate for more economic sectors to resume operations ahead of its vital summer tourist season. Greece, which coped relatively well during the first wave of the coronavirus pandemic, was forced …

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Hotel restaurants in Greece closed on Christmas, New Year’s Eve & Day

Hotel restaurants will not be permitted to open neither on Christmas Eve and Christmas Day, nor on New Year’s Eve and the New Year’s Day, Greece’s Development Ministry said on Wednesday. Reason for this decision was that several hotels advertised on social media for “reveillon and festive fine dine” during …

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Greece says no new coronavirus restrictions due to citizens’ fatigue

Greece is temporarily freezing plans to introduce new restrictive measures to contain the spread of the coronavirus because citizens are fatigued, government spokesman Stelios Petsas said on Friday morning. He even announced that the government may consider to extend the operation of restaurants, bars and similar facilities until 1 o’ …

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Greece’s catering sector to close for a week demanding gov’t support measures

Greece’s catering sector plan to shut down their businesses for one week if the government does not take immediate support measures. The Greek Association of catering and entertainment PASKEDI has reportedly decided to shut down all facilities form September 16 to 22, as the only way to put pressure on …

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Bar owners arrested and fined on Greek islands for operating after midnight

Six business owners were arrested on the Ionian islands and fines worth several thousands euros were imposed because they operated their bars and restaurants beyond the midnight curfew. Among those arrested on Saturday, were two facility owners on the island of Corfu and one on Paxos. Each one was fined …

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Greece announces more measures to contain spread of coronavirus

Greece announced on Friday additional measures and restrictions to prevent the increasing trend of the spread of the coronavirus in the country. The measures include the closure of restaurants and bars in Attica by midnight, limit to the number of people participating in social events, the use of mask in …

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