Thursday , June 17 2021

International

Greece:- Vaccination Committee: AstraZeneca vaccine “No” for those under 60 years of age

The National Vaccination Committee is directing the ban on vaccinations with the AstraZeneca vaccine to citizens under 60 years of age. Secure information indicates that there is currently a Commission recommendation and not a ban. It is not ruled out that there will be announcements on the subject this afternoon …

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Mitsotakis & Johnson: Greece is a safe country for British tourists – What they discussed about Greek-Turkish

Prime Minister Kyriakos Mitsotakis met with the Prime Minister of the United Kingdom, Boris Johnson. During the meeting, the Prime Minister informed Mr. Johnson about the positive epidemiological course of the country which, in his opinion, allows the lifting of restrictions, by the British government, on the visits of British …

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TUI: New cancellations of tourist packages to Greece and beyond.

The booking company TUI canceled travel packages scheduled for at least the beginning of July amid uncertainty over the British government’s “green list” of tourist destinations. The decision was made after Jet2 canceled all its international and tourist flights until July 1, and while Easyjet is “reviewing” its timetable. The …

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U.K:- Numerous cancellations from Great Britain

Numerous cancellations from Great Britain Britain is a big market for Greece, the second largest after Germany. The signs are not good at all. Already, according to the relevant information, there are many cancellations that have taken place. Some even report that the cancellations have taken the form much like …

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Greece:- Civil Airline Association has extended its restrictions to 14th June.

CAA: The flight instructions are extended until June 14   What are the conditions for entering our country.   The air instructions regarding the conditions of entry into our country to limit the dispersion of Covid -19 and the general instructions to the passengers of domestic flights for island restrictions …

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V. Papaevangelou – “The use of the mask remains necessary”

During the regular briefing by the Ministry of Health, the professor of Pediatrics, Infectious Diseases, Ms. Vana Papaevangelou, stated that the epidemiological burden is declining, but remains high. New outbreaks are observed in various parts of the country. The positivity index remains consistently low, as does the number of new imports, which …

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Jet 2 – Postpones its plans for July 1 – Following the announcements of the British Government

Jet2 and Jet2holidays, the UK’s second-largest travel group, are postponing their resumption date to July 1, in response to the British government’s latest decision on tourist destination lists under the “traffic light” system for the resumption of international travel. For Turkey, which remains on the “red” list of the British …

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Eurovision 2021: Tonight the grand final – The “battle” for the first place, the favorites and our own Greek star … Elena Paparizou (Video)

Eurovision 2021: Tonight the grand final – The “battle” for the first place. With the appearance of Cyprus, Elena Tsagrinou and the song “El Diablo” will open tonight Saturday at 22:00 the curtain of the Eurovision 2021 music competition held at the Ahoy Arena in Rotterdam. The song of Greece …

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Two self – tests from Monday for all employees

Two self tests (one for the week from May 24 and one for the next, from May 31). Will be available through pharmacies from May 24 to 29, to all employees in the private and public sector. Both with a dependent employment relationship, as well as to those who have …

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2,020 new cases of coronavirus in the country – 56 deaths and 617 intubated

The new laboratory-confirmed cases of the disease recorded in the last 24 hours are 2,020, of which 3 were identified after checks at the country’s gates. The total number of cases is 387,426 (daily change + 0.5%), of which 51.2% are men. Based on the confirmed cases of the last …

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