Coronavirus – Greece opens to flights from Italy, but tests for those coming from “high risk areas”. Here are what they are

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It seemed that before July the Greece was not willing to open to flights fromItaly, but today on the Greek embassy website Athens announces that since June 15 to the June 30th international flights will be admitted to the Greek airports of capital is Thessaloniki. But if the plane comes from one of the airports of the list of “high risk” areas drawn up by the European Aviation Safety Agency (which for Italy are Emilia Romagna, Lombardy, Piedmont, Veneto) passengers will undergo a test on arrival. If negative, the passenger will get in self-quarantine for 7 days. If successful, the quarantine will be 14 days. From July 1 instead international flights will be able to land in all Greek airports and visitors will be subjected to random tests on arrival.

There Greece thus opens up further flights fromEU whose passengers, on the basis of the airport of origin of the flight, will no longer undergo measurements stringent quarantine. Friday Athens had announced the opening of the airports to tourists from 29 countries, including about fifteenEU, starting June 15. A list where there was no Italy. THE do you travel non-essential from third countries to the Greece instead they remain limited until June 15, 2020: international flights will only be allowed at Athens airport with tests and quarantine for all.

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