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Greece: Gradual Lifting of COVID-19 Restictions

ATHENS — As part of the gradual lifting of measures to combat the spread of Covid-19, the night-time curfew ceases to apply as of Monday. Meanwhile, fully vaccinated people are not required to perform self tests before going to work or to gyms provided that 15 days have passed since the second shot of their vaccination.

Also a maximum of 10 people will be allowed per table in restaurants, up from six people, and the maximum number of people attending a reception has increased to 300.

Regarding the operation of organised beaches, a maximum number of 120 people are allowed per 1,000 square metres.

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