Greece also opens to Italy but tests from ‘at risk’ areas – World

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From June 15 international flights will be admitted to the Greek airports of Athens and Thessaloniki but if the plane comes from one of the airports on the list of “high risk” areas drawn up by the European Aviation Safety Agency (which for the ‘Italy are Emilia-Romagna, Lombardy, Piedmont, Veneto) passengers will undergo a test on arrival. If negative, the passenger will self-quarantine for 7 days. If successful, the quarantine will be 14 days. It can be read on the website of the Greek embassy.

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