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UK gov travel advice
« on: Saturday, 25 April, 2020 @ 02:32:05 »
Hm, not sure how many Brits are travelling in Greece right now but the UK gov has issued this advice:

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Foreign travel advice:
Greece

Summary

Updated:    24 April 2020
Latest update:    Updated information on protests, including some violent clashes along the Greek-Turkish border. ('Summary' page)

In early March large numbers of migrants and refugees gathered at multiple locations along the Greek-Turkish border. Protests, including some violent clashes, broke out, primarily on the Turkish side of the border. There is potential for further unrest on both sides of the border. Avoid crowds and demonstrations and follow instructions from the local authorities. If you are in affected areas, monitor the local media for information.

There have been incidents of unrest and violence on the Eastern Aegean islands of Lesvos, Chios and Samos in response to a recent increase in arrivals of migrants from Turkey. If you’re on the island, you should remain vigilant, avoid any demonstrations or related large gatherings, keep up to date with developments and follow the advice of the local authorities.
https://www.gov.uk/foreign-travel-advice/greece