Tuesday , August 3 2021

International

Austria: Easing of restrictions due to the pandemic, on 19 May

The finalization and details of the opening scheduled for May 19 in Austria in the fields of catering, tourism, culture and sports, were announced in the afternoon in Vienna by the federal Chancellor Sebastian Kurtz, after the consultations he had from the morning, through teleconference with the governors of the …

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Britain: Further easing of restrictions in England is expected on 17 May

Britain will continue to plan to further ease restrictions on COVID-19 on 17 May, including the lifting of the ban on indoor meetings, as the data is encouraging for the course of infections and vaccinations, as announced yesterday , Sunday, by the government. The country is in the process of …

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Eurovision:- Greece’s entrant “Stefania’s” first rehearsal (video)

Eurovision 2021: Greece’s first rehearsal is over – Stefania seems to walk in the air. Greece’s first rehearsal for this year’s Eurovision was completed with an enthusiastic reception The long-awaited first rehearsal of Greece for the 65th Eurovision Song Contest took place at noon on Monday (10/5), at the Ahoy …

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International:- Minister of Tourism Haris Theocharis in London today for talks.

The Minister of Tourism, Mr. Harris Theocharis, will have meetings in London with senior government officials, representatives of airlines and executives from the UK tourism market. The Minister will pay a visit to the British capital from Monday, 10 to Wednesday, 12 May, promoting the opening of Greek Tourism for …

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Mother’s Day today – How it started to be celebrated

“Mummy, mum, mother”: The most important and sacred person in our lives is honoured on Mother’s Day and is a small reminder of the most tender relationship in our lives. It is a mobile holiday – like Father’s Day – and is celebrated every year on the second Sunday in …

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Tourism: The cancellations of the British to Greece have begun

The first cancellations of English tourists’ trips to Greek destinations that had been booked via Tui of Great Britain have started. After yesterday’s announcements by the United Kingdom government that places Greece as a destination in the orange zone. As reported by Mrs. Konstantina Svynou, president of the Kos Hoteliers …

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Tourism: “Dark clouds” just before the “premiere” – What happens to Britain

The opening of the tourist season is just around the corner. As it has been announced. Tourism “opens” officially on May 15th, with our country returning to normal by opening the borders for tourists from European countries and beyond. The big question, however, is whether tourism companies will be able …

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Supermarkets, shops and hairdressers: Open Sunday 9 May – The opening hours

Shops, supermarkets and hairdressers may be open on Sunday May 9th, serving customers who wish to make their purchases. It is noted that there are offers in the stores, as the intermediate discounts of May, due to the Easter and May Day holidays, started on Wednesday May 5th and will …

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International:- Greece not included in UK’s “Green List”

Waiting announcement of UK’s “Green List”, we were hoping that Greece would be included, unfortunately that has not been announced. Non essential foreign travel will resume on the 17th May but as expected only a few destinations will require travellers not to isolate on their return to the UK. Transport …

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New start from Monday for elementary and high school students Parents demand more measures – D. Pothos and D. Georganos speak on the DAY

• Parents are asking for more measures • Self-tests are available in pharmacies from yesterday • Primary, Secondary, students and teachers are ready Elementary and high school students will make a new start, on Monday, May 10th, as they will return to their desks shortly before the end of the …

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