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Greece is reopening the country’s beaches, albeit with restrictions due to the corona virus

May 17, 2020

Greece reopened the country’s beaches this Saturday with temperatures close to 40 degrees, but with severe restrictions due to the coronavirus pandemic, which includes the social distance of four meters.

In this way, only 40 people were allowed to enter per 1,000 square meters, keeping the safety distance. In addition, only the presence of two chairs in each umbrella was accepted, according to Greek public television.

In addition, they pointed out that people who do not comply with these regulations can expect fines of between 5,000 and 20,000 euros, according to the Greek government.

Greece is reopening the country’s beaches, albeit with restrictions due to the corona virus
Greece is reopening the country’s beaches, albeit with restrictions due to the corona virus

The Greek authorities have announced that they will lift the restrictive measures imposed by the coronavirus pandemic on 4 May in various phases, which will be introduced gradually.

According to Johns Hopkins University, there have been 2,819 confirmed cases of coronavirus and 162 pandemic deaths in Greece to date.