Greece announced this week that it would be covering the cost of treatment for any tourists who test positive for Covid-19 during their visit.
Greece will be opening up to tourists on June 15 taking “steady and orderly” steps with safety and hygiene rules and protocols in place.
Greek health experts and authorities in collaboration with European and international organizations would be monitoring and reassessing data with regard to the evolution of Covid-19. Based on the feedback, Greece will be opening up to new countries depending on their effectiveness in flattening the curve.
Greek authorities will also be singling out areas where cases may be more likely to occur. Any positive cases will be hosted at specially designated hotels covered by the Greek state.