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Greece Relaxes Rules on Masks in Indoor Public Spaces as of Today

As of today, masks will no longer need to be worn in indoor public spaces throughout Greece, including taxis, museums and restaurants.

This will be welcome news to the many people looking forward to experiencing the beauty of Greece and its islands this summer.

However, masks will continue to be a requirement on public transport. “Mandatory mask-wearing remains in hospitals, nursing homes and urban transport like buses, the metro and trams,” said Greece’s health minister Thanos Plevris.

The move comes follows the EU’s decision to remove mandatory face coverings in airports and on European flights from 16 May 2022.

Emer Roche
Emer Roche
Emer has over 10 years experience working for Irish magazines, supplements, websites and creative agencies. She’s written features for U Magazine, Image Magazine and theheyday.ie, across a range of subjects such as women’s interest, travel, culture, news and interviews. She also has a portfolio of commercial writing for creative agencies, such as RTE.ie and Originate Creative. Emer is a Dublin native with part of her heart in Ardmore, County Waterford. She lives in Dublin 7 with her husband, two kids, dog and cat.

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