Wednesday , February 1 2023
Home / Tag Archives: travellers

Tag Archives: travellers

7 Greek islands put on England’s quarantine list

Travellers arriving in England from seven Greek islands will have to self-isolate for 14 days from 04:00 on Wednesday, September 9, 2020, Transport Secretary Grant Shapps announced on Monday afternoon. The 7 Greek islands are removed from England’s travel corridor list and quarantine exemption. Schapps added that the government can …

Read More »

Scotland: Quarantine restrictions for travellers from Greece

Quarantine restrictions will be imposed on people travelling from Greece to Scotland, the Scottish government has announced, BBC reported late on Tuesday. Travellers from Greece will be required to isolate for 14 days if they arrive in Scotland after 04:00 on Thursday. Ministers said they have taken the move due …

Read More »

Travelers from Greece to Cyprus must show negative PCR test

Cyprus moves Greece to category of B countries, the Cypriot Health Ministry announced on Sunday after several people who arrived from Greek destinations tested positive to coronavirus. According to the ministry, from Thursday, August 6, 2020, Greece, which is currently in category A will be moved to category B. This …

Read More »

Athens airport to offer COVID-19 test to travellers and staff

The Athens International Airport (AIA) has announced that it will offer coronavirus (Covid-19) testing, upon request, to the arriving or departing travellers and Athens airport staff as of Wednesday, August 5, 2020. The initiative will be carried out in cooperation with the Athens Medical Center and with the aim to deal effectively …

Read More »

EU calls on member states to open borders for non-EU nationals on July 1

The European Unions is calling on member states to open borders to travellers from outside the bloc as of july 1, 2020. European countries have gradually begun to lift internal border restrictions, put in place to stop the spread of COVID-19. Now the European Commission is urging members of the …

Read More »