Greece prepares for next stage in Covid relaxation as tourism hopes hang in balance

PoliticsGreek Politics Tags: Covid, New Democracy, Tourism
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The next steps in Greece’s gradual emergence from a six-month lockdown are set to be confirmed on Wednesday, although Covid-19 numbers have eased only marginally and there are doubts about the tourism sector’s ability to capitalise on the official reopening from Friday.

The opening of the tourism sector will also lead to Greeks being allowed to mover freely within the country and SMS messages no longer being required for visits to retail stores. Some reports have suggested that travel within Greece, particularly island...

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