Greece demands mandatory negative PCR test upon entering the country


The new ministerial decision in Greece came into force Sunday morning, according to which, to enter the country, a negative PCR result or rapid test is mandatory, a measure that applies to all passengers over five years old, including those from North Macedonia, regardless whether they were vaccinated or not or whether they recovered from COVID-19, reports MIA from Athens.

A negative PCR test result made 72 hours prior to the trip or a rapid test 24 hours before arrival, along with a completed PLF form are required to enter Greece.

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