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Health Min Kikilias: I call on the tourists to follow the rules

“We are here to inspect one by one the hospitals and the health structures” said on Saturday Health Minister Vassilis Kikilias after the conclusion of his visit to Crete, one of the most important Greek tourist destinations. “We have hired 500 doctors and medical staff to support Crete, we are checking our airports, we are […]

Health Min Kikilias calls on tourists to observe protection measures

Health Μinister Vassilis Kikilias is visiting Crete in order to inspect the health units and their readiness, on the occassion of the opening of tourism. According to the head of the health authorities of Crete, Lena Borboudaki, the island can cover 155 mild and moderate cases in its hospital structures, while if deemed necessary, they […]

Stavros Niarchos Foundation donates 15 million euros to Greek hospitals

The Stavros Niarchos Foundation has donated 15 million euros to as many public hospitals in different parts of the country to help them acquire 174 new intensive care beds, it was announced on Wednesday. “We must remain vigilant and be prepared for any eventuality and we hope that these donations will help the public health […]

Greek Destinations with Quarantine Hotels for Covid-19 Cases

The Greek Tourism Ministry on Friday released the ministerial decision that reveals the locations of the hotels to be used for Covid-19 isolation purposes once Greece opens to tourists on July 1. Until now, some 60 hotels throughout Greece have responded to a tender announced by the ministry and expressed interest to operate as quarantine spots for tourists who may contract […]

Hardalias: All Greek airports will open on conditions of safety

“All Greek airports will open on Wednesday on conditions of safety,” Deputy Minister for Civil Protection Nikos Hardalias said on Monday upon his arrival at the airport of Lemnos as part of his visits to Greek regional airports ahead of the resumption of international flights on July 1. “We want tourism to move on, it […]