The processes for the resumption of tourism and flights within the EU and beyond are gradually culminating .
The Greek plan for tourism – the Ministry of Tourism yesterday released the health protocols – does not provide for tests for visitors. Nevertheless, the country will not remain unfortified, as provided for in the plan of the General Secretariat for Civil Protection for flights and tourism.
In particular, special manuals have been prepared for the classification of areas based on cases and victims and this data will be placed on a map in the operations center of the General Secretariat for Civil Protection, in which countries will be labeled ” red “, ” orange “. ” Green ” and ” yellow “, depending on the epidemiological data.
Tourism: The EU’s “black list” of airports
On Friday, the European Aviation Safety Agency (EASA), an official EU body, released the “blacklist” of airports located in 34 countries with high levels of corona transmission .
The list, which will be updated frequently and will be a guide to flights and tourism, was created based on the scientific data of WHO, ECDC and other health institutes.
As far as European countries are concerned, the EASA list includes the following in the “black list”:
See in detail the table with the cities / airports that EASA considers as dangerous starting points:
Tourism: Dangerous countries outside the EU
The EASA report on flights has a separate section for non-EU countries. The “black list” for third countries includes the following:
United Arab Emirates
Source – iefimerida.gr
Kefalonia Pulse footnote – before you say it there appear to be a few omissions on the UK list
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