New measures to contain the coronavirus pandemic in Greece took effect on Monday 13/09/21. The measures mainly concern those who refuse to get vaccinated.
The new joint ministerial decision (ΚΥΑ) provides for the obligation to present a negative result of the 48-hour rapid test by persons from 12 to 17 years old in order to enter the interior of cafeterias located in educational institutions.
Regulations ΚΥΑ apply to private sector workers. It provides for a “diagnostic test once a week for all employees who are not fully vaccinated (paragraphs 2 and 3 of article 10, respectively).
Personnel working on or off site are required to perform molecular control (PCR) tests or COVID-19 rapid antigen detection (rapid test). Testing for coronavirus takes place in private diagnostic laboratories, as defined in π.δ. 84/2001 (A ’70), either in private clinics or pharmacies, or with a private doctor at his own expense.
10 sectors, whose unvaccinated workers will have to do two rapid tests per week at their own expense:
Hospitality. Tourist enterprises. Transport. TV. Film production. Theatrical performances. Musical performances. Dance performances. School teachers. University lecturers.
Enumeration in Greek:
Εστίαση. Τουριστικές Επιχειρήσεις. Μεταφορές. Τηλεοπτικές παραγωγές. Κινηματογραφικές παραγωγές. Θεατρικές παραγωγές. Μουσικές παραγωγές. Χορευτικές παραγωγές. Εκπαιδευτικοί. Πανεπιστημιακοί. …