China News Service, June 30, according to the China-Greek Times report, at 18:00 local time on June 29, the Greek Ministry of Health announced that in the past 24 hours, Greece has added 15 new cases of new crowns, with a total of 3390 confirmed cases; no New deaths occurred, with a total of 191 deaths. To restore tourism, the Greek authorities stated that all airports in the country will be fully opened.

At Athens International Airport in Greece, passengers are required to undergo epidemic prevention testing.

  According to reports, on June 29th local time, the Deputy Minister of Greek Citizen Protection Nikos Hardalias (Nikos Hardalias) said when inspecting the airport of Limnos: "All airports in Greece will be under the premise of safety , Completely open."

  At present, 18 regional airports throughout Greece are ready to welcome domestic and foreign tourists when the tourism industry is fully opened on July 1. These airports have taken all necessary protective measures.

  Hadalias pointed out: "We take tourism development as one of the current priorities of the government, but we will never sacrifice public safety. We have made great efforts to ensure the health and safety of local residents and tourists. ."

  According to a previous notice issued by the Greek Civil Aviation Authority, from June 27 to August 31, all passengers arriving in Greece must complete a passenger location form (PLF) at least 48 hours before check-in for flights, providing Information including airport, accommodation address, and their expected length of stay in Greece. So that when the new crown infection case is discovered, the authorities can better track the final close contact.

  In addition to the opening of the entire airport, from July 1, the seven border ports in northern Greece will also be reopened. (Cai Ling)