GREECE ANNOUNCES COVID-19 RULES FOR SKI RESORTS, CHRISTMAS THEME PARKS
More specifically according to the new regulations which went into effect over the weekend: eating areas at ski resort chalets will operate by the same rules that apply to restaurants and F&B services indoors and outdoors, ski resort shops will operate by the rules that apply to retail operations, ski resort hostels and hotels will operate by the rules that apply to accommodation and hospitality enterprises, masks are mandatory in crowded areas such as ticket offices.
Greek health authorities announced a revised set of rules governing the operation of ski resorts and theme parks in efforts to curb the spread of Covid-19 over the holiday season.
Concerning admission to theme parks, in addition to rules announced earlier this month here, visitors will be allowed entry only if they provide a vaccination certificate or proof of recovery. Also, children aged 4-17 must provide a negative self-test result, capacity has been set at one person per 5m2 at all times, entry and exit will be carried out through different points and the parking area must be fenced in to ensure entry and exit through designated points, visitor flows should be one way and staff must be able to continue monitoring flows, the use of the mask is mandatory in all areas – indoor and outdoor – free masks should be available for all guests and antiseptic lotions at all points of interest.