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Greece follows Cyprus example and covers costs of infected tourists

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Greece follows Cyprus example and covers costs of infected tourists

Greece announced this week that it would be covering the cost of treatment for any tourists who test positive for Covid-19 during their visit to the country. Click here to read the full story.

Greece is following the example of Cyprus, which announced last week that it too would be covering costs to include accommodation, food and drink, and coronavirus treatment for both patients and their families.

Government Spokesman Stelios Petsa said, “Our goal is to ensure the maximum safety for residents and visitors.”

Petsas said Greece will be opening up to tourists on June 15 taking “steady and orderly” steps with safety and hygiene rules and protocols in place.

Greek health experts and authorities in collaboration with European and international organizations would be monitoring and reassessing data with regard to the evolution of Covid-19. Based on the feedback, Greece will be opening up to new countries depending on their effectiveness in flattening the curve.

Green Motion Greece have a network of over 60 operational car rental locations across the Greek mainland and islands, including Athens, Thessaloniki, Samos, Mykonos, Kefalonia, Paxos, Crete, Rhodes, and Corfu.

For more information and to book direct for the best rates for your future trip to Greece once travel restrictions are lifted, visit www.greenmotion.com.

To find out more about how the Green Motion Greece car rental locations are ensuring the safety and peace of mind of our valued customers and staff in these unprecedented times, please visit greenmotion.com/covid-19

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