In this blog post, we share with you information on what are the current Covid measures related to entering Greece.

From May 1st, life in Greece is slowly returning to normal.

This means that from May 1st, all tourists coming to Greece will not have to show the EU green certificate when entering the country, and the measure of showing the Covid-pass for entering the facilities will also be abolished from May 1st, while the measure of obligatory wearing of masks indoors will be valid from June 1st, 2022.
Unvaccinated citizens will no longer need a negative rapid test to access enclosed spaces such as restaurants and shops.

From June 1st to September 15th, wearing masks indoors will be abolished. The use of masks remained in public transport and medical institutions, and it is recommended that masks be worn at some larger public gatherings.

As of March 15th, the PLF entry form for entering Greece has been abolished.

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Other texts that may be useful to you:

New Covid-related rules from May 1st

How to fill in the PLF form