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Greece has ended its ban on flights from Turkey, Albania and North Macedonia, the civil aviation authority announced on Sunday in a statement reported by Reuters.
All passengers travelling from abroad will have to show a negative Covid-19 test and then self-isolate for seven days.
Turkey has reported a further 20,428 cases, taking the number of infections registered since the pandemic began beyond 3 million, Reuters reports.
The country also reported 102 deaths on Sunday – the first time the daily figure has risen above 100 since early February. The death toll now stands at 30,061.