New travel rules for Greece starting Thursday morning


Greece has extended the COVID-19 entry rules for another week, which include travelers to provide mandatory vaccination certificate, negative PCR test results or proof that they’ve previously had COVID-19, and to fill out online the PLF (Passenger Locator Form). In line with the new ministerial decision, which entered into effect as of August 12, the rules will remain in force until August 19.

Vaccinated travelers have to wait 14 days after being administered the second vaccine dose in order to enter Greece. The vaccination certificate must be issued either in Greek, English, French, German, Italian, Spanish or Russian by a public institution

Alternatively, those presenting negative PCR test results need to have the test done 72 hours prior to entering Greece, whereas those presenting negative rapid test results need to have the test done 48 hours prior to entering Greece.


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