Cafes, restaurants reopen in Greece


Sumary of Cafes, restaurants reopen in Greece:

  • AP Share to FacebookShare to TwitterEmail UsCopy the Link Cafes and restaurants have reopened in Greece for outdoor sit-down service for the first time in nearly six months as the country begins easing coronavirus restrictions with a view to opening the vital tourism industry in the summer..
  • A maximum of six customers are allowed per table, while staff must carry out compulsory coronavirus home self-tests..
  • Greece has been gradually easing restrictions despite stubbornly high infection rates and hospitalisations that have strained its health system…

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