Psarou Beach in Mykonos, Greece


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Destination was suggested as a country where summer holidays would be possible

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The Week Staff

Tuesday, June 30, 2020 – 9:29am

Government plans for quarantine-free travel in Europe have been thrown into “chaos” after Greece said that it would ban flights from the UK for another two weeks.

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British holidaymakers will not be allowed to fly to Greece until 15 July, despite the country opening its borders to other international visitors as of Wednesday this week.

A “travel corridor agreement” between the UK government and Greece had been expected to allow holidays as early as next week and government sources had “briefed that it was likely to be among the first wave of countries …read more

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