Corona sitiuation Crete

Admission controls in supermarkets

The current situation and events concerning coronavirus in Crete and Greece. Daily updates on the corona situation on Crete here on CreteTip ! Here to Part I: Information and worldwide spread of the coronavirus and the development until 15 March 2020 CURRENT UPDATES ON THE SITUATION IN CRETE AND GREECE: March 27, 2020 (Friday): 74 new corona cases (to 966, of which 886 active and 66 with severe course), one more dead (to a total of 28). A 50-year-old man opened his café in Heraklion yesterday afternoon despite the ban, but was arrested by the police. The 50-year-old will be… learn more



Coronavirus on Crete

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The coronavirus on Crete and current developments. Information on the virus, its spread to date and events in Greece and Crete. What do we know so far about the Coronavirus ? The virus is only a few months old, but in the meantime it has all of our lives fully under control. The coronavirus (COVID-19) is a new strain, which was not known in humans before. Coronaviruses can also be transmitted from animals (but not pets) to humans. More detailed investigations showed that SARS-CoV was transmitted from civet cats to humans and MERS-CoV from dromedary camels to humans. Several known… learn more



Ierapetra, the southernmost city of Europe with the mildest climate and most hours of sunshine. History, Archeological Museum, Citadel Kales, Old Quarter, beaches and hotels, Roman Aquariums, Chrissi, Fournou Koryfi, by car and directions. To Ierapetra you drive from Aghios Nikolaos through a plain that is intensively planted with olive trees. 5 miles (ca. 8 km) before Ieraperta is the village of Episkopi, the previous seat of the Diocese of Ierapetra and Sitia. Ierapetra been named as after the nymph of the Libyan Sea, and is among the most remarkable cities in Crete, the 4th greatest in inhabitants and the… learn more



Rethymno, the capital of the prefecture with the same name. History, sightseeing of the Venetioan fortress Fortetsa, the old town and Hotels in Rethymno. History of Rethymno Rethymno is constructed on the western side of a yellow-colored sandy beach, which is over 7 miles (ca. 11 km) long and the biggest in Crete. The city is constructed over the remains of historical Rethimna as was verified from the excavations which had been done in 1974 locally of Mastabas the place that the cemetery of the early city was discovered, together with discoveries from the Minoan time and coins which revealed… learn more