The loggerhead sea turtles in Laganas bay remained closer to the coast, and had an excellent breeding year during the pandemic.
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Starting today, face masks against Covid-19 are no longer mandatory in Greece, except at healthcare facilities, nursing homes and on public transport.
Mask-wearing will no longer be mandatory in most public spaces until at least September.
Masks will only be mandatory in public indoor areas, and officials encourage people continue wearing them in busy spaces.
Whether you’re looking to spend days wandering an empty beach, discovering museums and sights, or dancing at a beach club, Greece is open.
Travelers no longer need to be able to provide any type of Covid pass in order to enter Greece.
While there will be no lifting of measures for Easter, travelers to Greece this summer will find the country almost "as they left it" pre-Covid.
Greece's Minister of Health has announced the loosening of Covid-related restrictions after Easter, and the lifting of indoor mask wearing from June 1.
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