The Greek island of Mykonos is on high alert after two popular beach clubs were closed due to positive coronavirus cases.
According to the announcement by the Secretary General of Civil Protection Vasilios Papageorgiou, Nammos and Scorpios will be closed until September 4.
The report noted that after a surprise visit last weekend, multiple positive coronavirus cases were found.
According to Protothema, at Nammos, 11 out of 70 staff members tested positive. 2 out of 125 employees at Scorpios were also positive.
Contact tracing is underway.
At the same time, special teams are disinfecting both popular spots.
It is recalled last month Scorpios banned dancing at the venue for the rest of the summer season. “Our doors are open but to keep our community safe we once again have to change how we gather at Scorpios. Keeping our COVID regulations at utmost importance, we offer the full Scorpios experience throughout our venue. The restaurant and sunset will be accompanied with live music but dancing to our music rituals will have to wait until next season,” the announcement said.