Greace eases some lockdown rules

The ancient Acropolis and other ancient outdoor archaeological sites in Greece have reopened to the public today, as the country prepares to slowly restart the tourist season, despite a continuous increase in daily infections. Open-air archaeological sites and public parks where re-open to the public, and fishing (either from land or on a small boat) will be allowed for residents of coastal municipalities.Also hairdressers and beauty salons reopen. The government has announced that it will open to tourism, the key driver of the country’s economy, from mid-May.

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