Is Mykonos on the amber list?

Are Greek islands on amber list?

Greece remains on the UK government’s “amber” list of countries as travel restrictions continue to ease. Ancient monuments, delicious food and around 200 (populated) islands to explore mean that Greece has long been a firm favourite with British holidaymakers.

Does Greece stay on the amber list?

Mainland Greece and all the Greek Islands remain on the UK government’s amber list. This means you must quarantine when you return home if you aren’t fully jabbed.

Is Mykonos on red list?

MYKONOS, Santorini and Rhodes have been added to the EU’s “dark red” zone – meaning all travel is advised against. The Greek islands were issued the new warning by the European Centre for Disease Prevention and Control’s COVID-19 map on Thursday after a rise in infections.

Is Mykonos open this summer?

The cosmopolitan island of Mykonos is officially open, safe, and welcoming tourists for the summer season of 2021.

Is Greece likely to go on the green list?

Greece has yet to make it onto the government’s green list and has been amber for a number of months now.

Are the Greek islands likely to be on the green list?

Greece is unlikely to make the green list, as its infection rate has risen to 129 per 100,000 people. Case numbers have also been rising since late June, and are now well over 1,000 per day. Around 40 per cent of the adult population has received both doses of the vaccine.

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Is Italy on the amber list for travel?

Italy remains on the UK’s Amber list following the latest changes to the travel rules here.

Is Croatia on the green list?

As Croatia is currently on the government Green Watchlist, which means it could go on to the amber list without much notice.

Will holidays to Greece happen this year 2021?

Greece is ready with a complete protocol for summer 2021,” Theocharis said. “Tourists will be welcome if before travel they are either vaccinated, or have antibodies, or test negative. All tourists will be subject to random testing.”