From December 19, Greece will be Entered only with a Test
As of Sunday (December 19th), Greece is introducing a mandatory negative coronavirus test for those entering the country, whether or not they have been vaccinated. Citizens must submit a PCR test done up to 72 hours before arrival or an antigen test up to 24 hours before entering the country.
A negative test will also be required for children from 5 years of age.
At all border crossings - airports, land borders and ports, those entering Greece are tested again.
The measures inside the country do not change. A valid vaccination certificate is required to visit restaurants and shops.
Wearing masks indoors is mandatory and the fine is 300 euros for non-compliance.
The police are constantly checking on the orders of the Ministry of Civil Protection.
There are already 17 cases of Omicron infection, according to the Ministry of Health.
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