Going on vacation is set to be an altogether different encounter after lockdown.
Nations around the globe are authorizing new standards intended to protect guests and occupants, which are probably going to be set up for a while.
In Greece, an underlying rundown of 29 nations whose residents could visit after June 15 did exclude the UK.
Authorities later switched the choice to boycott the nation because of its poor record on coronavirus.
In any case, holidaymakers will confront exacting guidelines upon appearance – as all guests showing up from air terminals regarded to be in high-hazard regions by the EU’s flight security organization (EASA) will be tried upon appearance.
Also, explorers will be required to remain for the time being in an assigned inn for testing.
An announcement discharged by the Greek outside service stated: “On the off chance that the test is negative, at that point the traveler self-isolates for seven days.
“On the off chance that the test is certain, the traveler is isolated under management for 14 days.”
England has 13 high-hazard air terminals in the Assembled Realm which are; Birmingham, Doncaster Sheffield, East Midlands, Gatwick, Glasgow, Heathrow, Leeds Bradford, Liverpool John Lennon, London City, Luton, Manchester Air terminal, Newcastle Universal and Stansted.
From June 15 to 30, flights may be permitted into Athens and Thessaloniki.
Global flights are set to permitted into all air terminals in Greece from July 1.
The two-level framework will end in July however guests will in any case be dependent upon irregular tests upon appearance.