|Posted by moodhacker on May 24, 2020 at 3:10 PM|
Since May 18th Greece has reopened the Acropolis and all the outdoor archaeological sites throughout the country .
The ancient hill of Acropolis was closed to the public for sixty days due to the coronovirus testrictions measures
Visitros are asked to respect social distancing rules.
The site can host around 2,000 people at the same time and the use of masks is strongly advised.
It is still unclear how many tourists the guides can host in a group , and large groups will not be able to visit the site
Alongside the Acropolis, around 200 archaeological sites have opened up all over Greece.
Though, the museums, however, are still closed and announced to open at June 15.
The IMF has warned that Greece is likely to be the EU country the worst hit by the economic fallout from the pandemic, with GDP expected to contract by around 10 percent this year.