Greek travel restrictions extended
Restrictions on domestic and international travel were extended on Monday in Greece, as the country struggles to contain the second wave of the novel coronavirus pandemic.
In an announcement, the Civil Aviation Authority said that restrictions on domestic flights are being extended through December 7, allowing only essential travel for health, family or work-related reasons between the country's airports. People returning to their main area of residence are also permitted to travel.
Restrictions on international travel, however, were extended until December 14. These include a ban on all flights between Greece and Turkey and Catalonia in Spain; flights to and from Albania and North Macedonia being conducted only through Athens International Airport; a weekly cap of 10,000 on the number of travelers allowed from Israel and a ceiling of 500 on arrivals of permanent...