This news has been updated, following a clarification by the Greek government on Saturday, May 30th. Please read this update.
Greece’s Tourism Ministry announced the list of nations whose citizens will be allowed to travel to the country when it opens its borders on June 15th.
The list includes the following 29 countries:
Germany, Austria, Denmark, Norway, Cyprus, Israel, Switzerland, Japan, Malta, Bulgaria, China, Croatia, Australia, New Zealand, North Macedonia, Albania, Estonia, Latvia, Lebanon, Lithuania, Hungary, South Korea, Serbia, Montenegro, Romania, Slovenia, Slovakia, Czech Republic and Finland.
Visitors will be randomly tested for COVID-19 upon arrival in Greece and the government will monitor and evaluate developments nationwide.
Tourism Minister Haris Theoharis explained the country’s plan to handle incoming tourists during an interview with English-language news outlet Euronews.
See the Ministry of Tourism’s official announcement on its Facebook page.
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