Greece extends COVID-19 travel rules until January 24


The decision for a mandatory negative PCR or rapid test upon arrival Greece, for both the vaccinated and the unvaccinated and those who have recovered from COVID-19, introduced on December 19, 2021, has been extended for another two weeks, until January 24, 2022. The measure applies to all passengers, including those coming from North Macedonia, reports MIA correspondent from Athens.

The new ministerial decision has already been published in the Official Gazette of Greece, enters into force tomorrow morning, and provides for a mandatory negative result from a PCR test taken 72 hours before the trip or a rapid test 24 hours before arrival, along with a completed PLF form.

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