Greece is planning to open its doors for tourists by may


Greece is the latest country for rolling out the new rules for tourism. As per their latest guidelines, tourists who have Covid-19 vaccines, have antibodies, or who have tested negative for covid will be able to travel to Greece starting the summer of 2021.
Greece has called for the EU-wide Vaccination certification, which will allow tourism in Greece to thrive in the coming future.
Greece is one of those countries that majorly depend on tourism, and around one-fifth of the country’s economy is dependent on tourists. As per a survey, one out of every five workers in the country is involved in the tourism sector.
Like any other tourism-oriented country, Greece too was affected by the coronavirus, which shut down the word; as the foreign arrivals were stopped immediately, Greece’s economy was hampered.
Haris Theocharis, the minister of tourism, in a press conference, stated that while keeping the faithful implementation of the health protocols, they aspire to open the doors of the country for the tourists may 14th onwards. However, the dates are indicative and may change if there are any developments.
He further stated that tourists would come into the country provided they have antibodies or are vaccinated, or have a negative corona test.
He also stated that people working in the hospitality sector are going to be vaccinated, and after this, the vulnerable people are going to get vaccinated. Moreover, the people working in the tourism sector are going to get treated frequently.


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