Coronavirus, Greece reopens to 29 countries: Italy is excluded from the list


From 15 June, the airports will again welcome international flights from the states included in the list which, the government said, will be updated again on 1 July. Sample tests will be performed at the airports and the place of departure will count, not the nationality
Greece has reopened to 29 states since June 15 after the closure due to the coronavirus emergency (LIVE UPDATES), but Italy is not on the list of those who will be able to travel to the country again. The list, the government said, will be updated again on July 1st.

The list of 29 countries


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In Greece on June 15, the airports will then reopen to international flights from: Albania, Australia, Austria, North Macedonia, Bulgaria, Germany, Denmark, Switzerland, Estonia, Japan, Israel, China, Croatia, Cyprus, Latvia, Lebanon, Lithuania, Malta, Montenegro, New Zealand, Norway, South Korea, Hungary, Romania, Serbia, Slovakia, Slovenia, Czech Republic and Finland. For all countries that are not on the list, the entry ban remains.

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The list, writes the Kathimerini newspaper, was compiled on the basis of the epidemiological data of each country and considering the announcements of the European Union Aviation Safety Agency (Easa) and the recommendations of the National Committee on Infectious Diseases. Visitors from these 29 countries – the place of departure will count, not the nationality – will be subjected to random tests upon their arrival at the Greek airports.

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