Greece is reopening more businesses and activities that had been shut down during COVID-19 restrictions.

Casinos, concerts, conferences and trade fairs will operate from Monday. Children will also be able to attend summer camps.

Nighclubs and indoor cinemas as well as theatre drink and snack bars will be operational from this week onwards and cable cars will also operate.

READ MORE: Five possible reasons for Greece’s rise from ‘black sheep’ to a shining example in its handling of the coronavirus crisis

The Greek government has noted that social distancing rules will need to be observed at these facilities which have been opened up to ensure economic growth but which need, on their part, to ensure that public health is protected to prevent another outbreak.

READ MORE: Sydney-born immunologist Sotiris Tsiodras, the ‘voice’ of coronavirus in Greece