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Greece Restricts Travel to Save Christmas from the Africa Covid Variant

covid greeceGreece seeks to avoid another Christmas lockdown in the face of the threat posed by the new southern Africa variant . Credit: Greek Reporter

Greece announced on Friday tough measures to keep the country open for the Christmas festivities against the latest Covid-19 variant that was discovered in Southern Africa.

According to the latest measures, foreign travelers coming into Greece from South Africa, Botswana, Lesotho, Namibia, Eswatini, and Zambia will have to get special permission from the Greek consulate to enter the country, and they must be fully vaccinated.

Such permission will only be granted if the traveler needs to enter Greece for very serious or urgent reasons.

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