As the world slowly emerges from the COVID-19 pandemic, public health measures in many countries are being scaled back and Greece is no different.
Having previously abolished it’s national COVID Pass, Greece is now keen to show the world that it is ready for business by relaxing a whole host of other public health measures which are deemed less necessary as we move towards outdoor living in the summer months.
As from Wednesday 1st June, it will no longer be necessary to wear a facemask in indoor public places, with a few notable exceptions:
- Care homes
- Public transport
If you are using a shared coach transfer provided by your holiday company, there may still be a requirement to wear a facemask for the duration of your transfer.
Your taxi driver may also request that you wear a facemask.
Best advice is to take a facemask with you on holiday – experience shows us that rules can be changed at short notice.