Greek Tourism Minister Haris Theoharis spoke to EuroNews about Greece’s plans to welcome tourists from throughout the nation.
Theoharis spoke extensively about the country’s plans and reiterated that the opening of Greece’s borders will come in stages, beginning on June 15, followed by a larger opening on July 1. After July 1, Greek health experts will review foreign countries’ disease data every 15 days.
The minister said that the government has still not released the list of nations whose citizens will be allowed to enter Greece on July 1. The country’s health experts continue to analyze data.
When Theoharis was asked how Greece will keep its citizens safe from potentially infected tourists, the minister said that the government’s plan has been prepared by scientific and health experts and that the country was going to use the “same recipe” it used to contain the COVID-19 virus.
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