Greece Reopens Amusement Parks & Wellness Services

  • by XpatAthens
  • Monday, 21 June 2021
Greece Reopens Amusement Parks & Wellness Services
During a Covid-19 media briefing, Greek Civil Protection Deputy Minister Nikos Hardalias informed that the epidemiological picture of Greece continues to show improvement, as the number of new cases and those hospitalized is decreasing.

More specifically, the deputy minister announced that as of Saturday, June 19, amusement parks and wellness services will be permitted to resume operations.

Amusement parks will operate under strict social distancing measures while all customers and staff must wear masks at all times.

The resumption of wellness services includes the reopening of spas, therapeutic baths, and thermal springs and will take place in accordance with strict health measures.

The deputy minister also announced that indoor movie theaters will reopen as of Thursday, July 1 under a 50 percent capacity limit. Moviegoers will be allowed to enter after booking their seat online and showing either a Covid-19 vaccination certificate or a negative self-test result at the door. Masks must be worn at all times in indoor movie theaters.

With regard to people wearing masks while exercising in gyms, he said that those with a vaccination certificate are exempt from the rule.

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