Survey finds increasing levels of trust in Greece as a destination, but broader concerns will stop many from traveling this summer.
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The new campaign seeks to highlight the extensive behind-the-scenes efforts implemented to ensure the safety of summer visitors.
According to a government spokesperson, the ban on tourists entering Greece from the UK will not be extended past July 15.
Despite Sweden and particularly the UK being major tourism markets for Greece, authorities still deem the risk of Covid-19 too high to allow direct flights.
It is expected that citizens of 15 non-EU countries with low rates of Covid-19 will be able to visit the bloc from July 1.
The campaign is part of efforts by the government to limit the spread of Covid-19 as the country receives its first tourists.
A majority of respondents to a recent survey said they are ready to resume international travel once restrictions are lifted.
The government has reportedly pledged to develop health protocols key to enabling the industry to resume activities in the Greek isles.
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