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Greece to Adopt EU Recommendations Regarding Travel from China, Government Decides

ATHENS – A meeting chaired by Prime Minister Kyriakos Mitsotakis at the Maximos Mansion on Thursday, with the participation of the health ministry leadership, has decided to adopt the EU recommendations concerning travel from China, in the wake of a surge of Covid cases in that country.

According to sources, the meeting ended just after 13:00 with a decision to implement EU guidelines calling for a negative Covid test taken 48 hours prior to departure and use of high-protection masks for travellers from China.

The health ministry is to make an announcement outlining the measures in detail.

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