New Covid-related rules - May 1st
Since May 1, life in Greece has slowly returned to normal.
This means that from May 1, all tourists coming to Greece will not have to show an EU green certificate when entering the country, nor will they have a negative test, and the measure of showing a Covid-pass for entering the facilities will also be abolished. May 1, while the action of mandatory wearing of masks indoors will be valid from June 1, 2022.
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.
Unvaccinated citizens will no longer need a negative rapid test to access enclosed spaces such as restaurants and shops.
As of March 15, the PLF entry form for Greece has been abolished.
Why do we recommend that you fill out the PLF form anyway?
Although the PLF form is not a condition for entering Greece, if it turns out that you have symptoms while you are there and you want to go to do the test, it will not be possible if you do not have a completed PLF form, and subsequent filling, while you are in Greece, is not possible. That is why our advice, since it costs you nothing, is to fill out the form just in case and be calm if you need it.
Covid-19 certification or PCR test or quarantine is not required to return to Serbia.
Border crossings with Greece that are open 24 hours a day:
- with Bulgaria: Promahonas, Ormenio, Nymphaeus, and Exoxus;
- with Northern Macedonia: Evzoni, Niki, and Dojrani;
- with Albania: Kristalopigi, Kakavia, and Mavromati;
- with Turkey: Castagnez and Kipi.
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