Greece’s tourism minister Harry Theoharis has vowed to “target areas of concern” to UK authorities to try to keep the country open to UK tourists.
While Greece has maintained its travel corridor with England, Scottish holidaymakers now have to quarantine for 14 days on their return from the country and the Welsh government has instigated quarantine on six Greek islands - Mykonos, Zakynthos, Lesvos, Paros and Antiparos and Crete.
Theoharis said the decisions by UK governments were a “mixed bag” but noted that England had not changed its rules on travel to Greece.
“According to the rules that the UK has set of 20 cases [per 100,000 people] in the last seven days – we’re well below that and moving in the right direction,” Theoharis told the BBC. “It’s not our place to tell them [UK governments] what they should be doing.
“We have a policy of full transparency and sharing the data we have on our testing and service in each and every region and destination so you can make an informed decision.
“When we see areas of concern from UK authorities we will target these areas to ensure these fears are well addressed.”