I stayed in Kamari, which is quite new area since it was almost totally destroyed in 1956 earth quake. My hotel was Villa Irini Studios, lovely family run apartment hotel close to the beach (just across the parking lot). Some hotels and restaurants were still closed and social distancig was very easy, so it was just perfect for me. In the evenings hardly anyone was out. I don't know how the tourism industry there will survive this, but I hope they do. There was also a lot of Greek tourists, I don't know how it has been before but I was surprised. I thought it is mostly foreign tourists, maybe I had the wrong idea or maybe this year people do more domestic travelling.
I wanted to see as much as possible of this beautiful island, so I did a day tour. It took 11 hours and cost 50 euros, money well spent! In the bus it was marked where you could sit, hand sanitizer at the door and in the bus we wore masks. The first stop was the village of Pyrgos, and old village with very narrow paths and lots of stairs! Wear comfy shoes. The day was very warm and I even got a sunburn on my shoulders (not bad, just a little bit and it turned into a tan).
He played traditional instrument and sang traditional songs (amazing voice). We stopped there for a few minutes to listen to him.