1 new death, 15 new #coronavirus cases in #Greece.
Total confirmed infections: 2,678
Total deaths: 148 (40 women, 108 men)
Intubated in ICU: 33 (8 women)
Left ICU: 85
Total tests carried out: 90,043
With a growing number of people expected to head to Greek beaches after the lifting of the lockdown, health experts recommend a distance of three meters between sunbeds, which should be disinfected after use. According to a set of safety recommendations drafted by Costa Nostrum, an environmental organization based on Crete, with the help of doctors, bathers should wait for 20 minutes before using a sunbed after it is vacated by its previous occupants. The use of any kind of indoor facilities that serve bathers, such as showers and locker rooms, should also be avoided. Police are expected to patrol beaches this weekend to ensure that social distancing rules are observed. [Yiannis Liakos/Intime News]
Konkretne odluke vlade u vezi pustanja turista u Grckoj ne pre prve polovine juna:
Tourists can enter Greece only if they have undergone a test for Covid-19 and tested negative, according to a proposal the government is reportedly examining under its mantra “we are a safe country and we only accept someone who is definitely not sick."
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In order for a passenger to board a flight from abroad to Greece, he must have received a health certificate within the last 72 hours that he is not a carrier of COVID-19. Without this certificate, he will not be allowed to board.
Tourists will leave the country without any control, so that there will be no risk of being trapped in the country and stay in quarantine. “After all, this would be a disincentive to choosing our country as a holiday destination,” the minister said.
The Ministry of Tourism will rent a tourist accommodation in each tourist area of the country which will function as a “quarantine hotel.” Tourists who are found to be carriers of the coronavirus will be transferred there.
There will be no buffets in the hotels, except in small hotels.
Sunbeds will be installed at a safety distance to each other and will have a disposable cover for each swimmer.
He announced bilateral agreements with countries such as Bulgaria, Israel, Cyprus, for the free passage and return of Greek tourists.
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According to the protocol, when travel by sea in Greece resumes for all, passenger ferries will be allowed to carry 55 percent of their maximum capacity set by current legislation. Ferries that do not have cabins will be allowed to transport 50 percent of their original passenger capacity.
Prior to boarding a ferry or a high-speed vessel at ports of departure, passengers will be given health questionnaires to fill out, which will then be evaluated by crew members. Passengers that are detected to have been exposed to the virus in the last 14 days leading up to the day of travel, will be denied boarding.
Thermal screening is recommended to be applied to passengers of ships that will operate routes of over three hours. The process will be performed remotely on passengers by use of contactless electronic distance thermometers. If a passenger is detected with a temperature of over 37.8 degrees celsius, boarding will not be allowed. The effectiveness of the thermal screening measure will be reviewed on June 15.
When boarding a ferry or high-speed vessel, all passengers must wear face masks and maintain a minimum distance of 1.5 meters between one another.
Passengers must wear face masks on board at all times and in all spaces of vessels. If passengers do not have face masks or refuse to comply with the measure, boarding will not be allowed.
It should be noted that the maximum number of passengers allowed on passenger ferries and high-speed vessels will be discussed by authorities in early June to form a new framework if necessary, depending on the course of the pandemic in Greece. If Covid-19 cases are low and there is high travel demand then the allowed passenger capacity of vessels will most likely rise after June 15.
Deputy Minister of Macedonia and Thrace Theodoros Karaoglou told state-run news agency ANA-MPA on Tuesday that only Krystallopigi, Evzones, Promachonas and Kipi meet the requirements.
The union is waiting for the final decisions on the opening of the borders noting that approximately 8 million tourists came to Greece by road last year.
It’s position is that visitors and tourists should do the coronavirus test before they reach Greece and said visitors from Balkan countries that have also been successful in limiting the virus should also be allowed in (such as Albania, Serbia, Romania and Bulgaria).
The union however expressed concern over whether Kipi - which marks the border with Turkey and from where Greece welcomes hundreds of Turkish visitors - should open now, considering the large number of infections in the country.
Ima lepih kampova u Grčkoj. Ne plaćaš ništa unapred, ja im se najavim 7 dana ranije da dolazim. Par puta se nisam najavljivao jer nije bio špic sezone. Idem bar dva puta godišnje. Po meni najbolji kamp u Grčkoj je Sikia ispod Piliona. Ako otvore Granice eto rešenja.