As of May 2, the entry rules to Greece, of Covid-19, including a negative result of a PCR or antigen test, or a certificate of vaccination or recovery, will be eliminated.
The secretary general of the Greek Ministry of Health, Marios Themistocleous, pointed out that they are looking to have a summer without certificates, although he emphasized that this measure will be temporary and the situation will be reviewed again in September.
Likewise, the Minister of Health, Thanos Plevris, announced that as of May 1, no vaccination or recovery certificates will be required to enter restaurants, bars, cafes and other places in Greece.
Greece is one of the most popular countries among travelers, especially in summer, who are attracted by the ancient ruins and incredible beaches.
If you plan to travel before May 2, you still need to meet several requirements, such as a negative PCR test result done 72 hours before travel, or a negative antigen test result done 24 hours before travel. Travelers with a digital Covid-19 certificate from the European Union do not need to present proof upon arrival. Visitors from Australia, Canada and the United States may enter by showing proof of vaccination or recovery, or a negative PCR test 72 hours prior to departure, or an antigen test performed 24 hours prior to departure.
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