The corona situation in Greece continues to worsen for German travelers. Now the Robert Koch Institute is also putting the country on the Covid 19 risk list.
Berlin / Athens – The news is not really surprising and yet it suggests little good. The corona incidence in Greece just doesn’t stop rising. The Covid-19 curve in the form of new infections just doesn’t seem to be slowing down. After the ban on dancing in clubs and bars, the Locking out unvaccinated tourists* and other restrictions for unvaccinated people * and the Fears about Greek tourism* the Federal Foreign Office is now increasing the travel warnings. Greece becomes a corona risk area – of course on the recommendation of the Robert Koch Institute.
The Greek holiday destination for German summer tourists is therefore the Netherlands, which shock their own tourism due to the corona incidence*, nothing after. The numbers are by no means as threatening as in Spain or Great Britain. Nevertheless, the Iberian Peninsula in the region of Catalonia including Barcelona closes the beaches and * at night, while the British around Prime Minister Johnson, despite an astronomical incidence of almost 400, are still sticking to the easing plans of the British government *.
The Greek government, on the other hand, seems to want to take decisive action against the specter of a new corona wave before it gets completely out of hand. You can find out exactly what this RKI downgrading to a risk area means for holidaymakers, tourists and returnees in Greece here *. * Kreiszeitung.de and 24hamburg.de are offers from IPPEN.MEDIA. u