Greece to be opened to tourists starting from June 15, but not to those from Italy and Spain

Greece to be opened to tourists starting from June 15, but not to those from Italy and Spain
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 Greece has been publishing a list of countries from which it will receive tourists starting from June 15, through flights to Athens and Thessaloniki.

The list of 29 countries, of which Albania is a part, was created after a study of the epidemiological profile of the countries of origin of tourists, taking into account the notification of the European Civil Aviation Safety Authority and the proposals of the Committee on Infectious Diseases.

In addition to Albanians, Greece will allow tourists from North Macedonia, Bulgaria, Germany, Serbia, the Czech Republic, etc.

Visitors will be given samples for tests. Italy and Spain are not included, but starting July 1, when flights will also resume across the country, the list will expand to other countries.
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