A fine of 500 euros for a tourist at the entrance to Greece

The tourist was fined immediately upon arrival in Crete, as he did not have the necessary documents.

According to flashnews, a foreigner arriving at Ioannis Daskalogiannis International Airport in Chania did not fill out a PLF (Passenger Locator Form) document. As a result, the tourist was fined 500 euros right upon arrival in Crete.

It is also noted that the owner of a cafe in Rethymno was fined 3,000 euros because he violated opening hours (did not close on time).

The inspectors who carried out the inspections reportedly imposed 19 fines (6 for not wearing a mask and 13 for moving at an inopportune hour without proper documents) for non-compliance with the health protocol to protect against the spread of coronavirus.

Recall that, although there are significant relaxation of quarantine, there are still some measures, for non-compliance with which you can get a considerable fine.

Quarantine cancellation schedule:

The curfew has been extended from Saturday 12 June. It will start at 1.30 am and end at 5. From July 1, the ban on night traffic will be lifted. From Saturday 12 June, music is allowed in the outdoor dining areas where visitors will be seated. From Saturday 12 June, restaurants open in ventilated galleries with two free aisles. From Saturday, June 12, the percentage of visitors in concert halls and nightclubs has been increasing. As for fairs (panigiri), they will be allowed when the percentage of fully vaccinated in regional units exceeds 50%. Practical work of students begins on June 14. From July, the limit for attending events such as wedding parties, christenings, etc. will be increased from 100 to 300 people. …



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