Greece to open up to tourists from 29 countries on 15 June - but not those travelling from the UK
The Greek tourism ministry has said travellers from EU countries such as Germany, Austria, Denmark and Finland will be able to travel to Greece from 15 June. However, some of the worst-affected countries, such as the UK, France, Italy and Spain are absent from the list.
There is a plan for more countries to be added to the list before 1 July.
Airports in Athens and Thessaloniki will open on 15 June with the rest remaining shut for the time being. Visitors for 16 EU countries including the Czech Republic, Baltic countries, Cyprus and Malta will be allowed to enter, as well as those from other countries such as China, Japan, Australia, New Zealand, South Korea, Israel and Lebanon. The ministry added that some visitors may be tested for COVID-19 on arrival.
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