Mykonos Covid Restrictions to be Lifted on July 26

The curfew and ban on music at restaurants and bars, imposed on Saturday as a response to the increase in Covid 19 cases on the island, will not be extended further.

There will be no extension to the measures imposed on the Aegean island of Mykonos after a rise in Covid-19 cases, newspaper Kathimerini understands.

On Saturday, the government imposed a curfew from 1:00-06:00 and an around-the-clock ban on music in bars, cafes and restaurants. 


Both measures will last until July 26.

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