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Greece to reopen skies for Britain and Sweden as of July 15 and 22

Christian Fernsby |
Greece will reopen skies for Britain and Sweden, as direct flights are set to be allowed from July 15 and July 22 respectively.

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The government is considering restarting flights from the U.S. at the end of July, government spokesman Stelios Petsas said.

At the same time, health authorities will step up coronavirus testing at its borders with Albania and Bulgaria while it also decided to ban village festivals until the end of July.

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