Greece remains hopeful of salvaging at least some of the summer 2020 holiday season, but the country’s tourism minister has warned holidaymakers of "new rules" governing their stay – if they can travel at all.
Addressing the British media this week, Greek tourism minister Harry Theoharis told travellers not to expect the same experience at hotels, when visiting the beach, taking a dip in the pool, or getting their breakfast.
Social distancing will underpin some of the changes Greece is proposing, and Theoharis confirmed the country would insist on some pre-travel precautions and requirements.
"We do want people to come to Greece," he told BBC Radio 4s Today programme. "We want to continue showing the kind of hospitality that we are very much known for."