The decision to open museums on May 14 and summer cinemas a week later, on May 21, was made after proposals from experts who met on Friday to take further steps to lift restrictions in the country.
This was stated during a standard briefing on the coronavirus by the Ministry of Health and Deputy Minister of Civil Protection Nikos Hardallas.
Museums reopen in accordance with current legislation, and summer cinemas and open-air cinemas reopen at 75% occupancy.
At the same time, kindergartens and music schools will open on Monday 17 May. And concerts with performances by musicians will resume on May 28, only for seating and with 50% occupancy.
Mr. Hardallas said that announcements of sporting events will be made by the competent authorities as early as June.
He also announced that from tomorrow, Saturday, the organized beaches will be open again. The area per customer has been reduced, which corresponds to stores with an area of more than 500 sq. M. in 50 sq.m. per person and added:
Elementary and high schools open on Monday. Also, from Monday, the frontiersia and foreign language centers associated with examinations are reopening. On May 10, the administrative courts will resume their work, as well as some proceedings in civil and criminal courts.
Practical and laboratory classes at IEK and colleges will resume on May 17, with the opening of Second Chance Schools and the Professional School Graduate Assessment Preparatory Program (EPAL) allowed.