Prime Minister Kyriakos Mitsotakis will announce on on Wednesday afternoon the government's plan for labour, the economy and tourism.
Details of the plan will then be presented by the relevant ministers immediately afterward.
According to government sources the plan will provide an umbrella of protection for employees as well as incentives for businesses in order to go back to business after the lockdown.
In a key address during the Boston Consulting Group World Summit on the possibilities of restarting tourism activity, Kyriakos Mitsotakis mentioned, among other things: "If things go according to plan, we will be open (for tourism) from July 1, with a protocol that will make sense not only to people who want to travel, but also to our tourism industry. We want a bigger share of the market, from a much smaller pie. The European tourism pie is going to be much smaller, but this summer we want a bigger share.”