How we will use the Greek beaches this year


Each passing week is characterized as the most critical by experts and those responsible for shaping the country’s policy towards the pandemic of the corona and after Easter the biggest bet is the beaches and baths of the people when the heat is tight.

Something that seemed obvious, the mass attendance on the beaches of the whole country, is not so simple anymore, at a time when habits have become memories and past greatness. Nobody knows what will happen until those days, but the first heat is slowly arriving and the government is preparing from now on.

The new measures will focus on the beaches and will be strict so that what was achieved by the people who remained in the vast majority at home is not lost.

Menshouse searched and found the first moves of Civil Protection to keep people away from the beaches but also to control those who eventually go for a swim and sunbathe under the sun.

See these measures in the photo story that follows.


Undersecretary Nikos Hardalias will be waiting for you at the bottom of the sea and will give you heavy fines if he sees you swimming in groups or if you do not show him the sms on your waterproof smartphone, which you must have with you on the beach and in the water.

Sotiris Tsiodras will patrol the nudist beaches, basically, and will ask people to keep their distance, not to be splashed with water and not to anoint each other.

Even in the water, Spyros Papadopoulos will find the bathers and will convey the message that does not change. We live in a house.

Special machines will be installed on all beaches, at the point of entry into the water. The machine will only open with a 15 minute ticket. To get back in the sand to get your things done you should be out of the sea in less than 15 minutes otherwise you will lose your personal belongings and stay in the water all night to parrot.

Special seafarers will control traffic within the sea and will not allow overcrowding, dangerous games and diving barrels.

Tanks of the Greek army will move across the beaches and tear down all the sand castles, while expelling the illegal builders. Swimming and fast home, illegal sand construction will be prohibited.

All swimmers, except for the usual hats, towels, sunscreen, flip flops, etc., will be required to have antiseptic gels, gloves, medical masks and anything else that kills covid-19 on the beach bags.

“Jews had to cross the Red Sea to escape the Egyptians. Kyriakos is called as a young Moses to find solutions where others find deadlocks and thus lead a tyrannical people to the Promised Land, “the Liberal publisher wrote in an article. As Moses, then, Kyriakos Mitsotakis will personally supervise the beaches and where he sees a lot of people he will open the sea in two, forcing the reckless bathers to pack their bags and go to another beach… eee in their homes.


The Kefalonia Pulse footnote – Hopefully if you have got this far you will realise this is Greek satire at its best.

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