Should holidaymakers flock to Greece in the future, they will be required to follow the coronavirus restrictions in place across the nation.
The Foreign, Commonwealth and Development Office (FCDO) frequently updates its travel advice pages for Britons currently in the country, as well as those looking to jet off in the future.
On April 13, a “full editorial review” of Greece’s coronavirus advice for travellers was updated by the FCDO.
In the latest update, the FCDO explained: “All restrictions remain under regular review. In Regional Units where the spread of COVID-19 is particularly high and hospital capacity is limited, restrictions may be tighter or re-imposed with limited notice.”
Though the FCDO assures it offers the “most relevant measures to travellers”, anyone jetting off to the nation in the future is advised to follow “local announcements” from regional authorities.
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