After 45 days of lockdown due to covid, Greece is getting back to track. Corfu had only 4 cases at the beggining of April (no other covid cases since then) so , in a way, covid didn't effect our lives as much as in other places. The lockdown took place the same period that all businesses are preparing for the summer season and we are waiting for the first flights from abroad within the next weeks.
Local ferries from/to mainland are now allowed for passengers and public transportation has re-established the schedules within Corfu. Ferries from/to Italy were running continuasly during the whole time of covid but only for cargo; passengers from Italy to Greece will be allowed after June 15th.
Corfu's market runs normaly but operating with ceretain measueres in regards to the people they can accept in closed areas.It is advisible (not compulsory) to wear a mask in closed areas and keep distance of 2m from other people. Beaches will operate with same distances with an excemption for families with children (they are allowed all together).
Corfu is ready and waits for the first arrivals for summer holidays in Greece in 2020!