EET, the Greek Banking Association, explains the conditions for transactions in banks from Monday 8 November, due to the government’s introduction of new measures to reduce the spread of the coronavirus.
In a statement released by EET, it says:
“In accordance with the decision published in the Government Gazette (ΚΥΑ αριθμός Δ1α / Γ.Π.οικ. 69136 (ΦΕΚ Β ‘5138 / 5.11.2021), Greek banking institutions have taken new measures to combat the coronavirus pandemic. to make transactions within the bank, must present:
A valid vaccination certificate or medical certificate that is valid for six months. A negative result of a fresh molecular or rapid test for COVID-19, if the documents specified in paragraph 1 are not available. Identity document.
Checks will be carried out at the entrance to the bank in accordance with the procedure determined by the member banks of the EET and will be based on the geographic area and type of service provided at each bank.
Non-compliance by bank customers with the above requirements is recorded in an event log maintained by bank employees, and the incident will be duly reported to the authorities.
We remind all of the bank’s clients that the fight against the pandemic requires all of us to comply with security measures. Therefore, it is advisable to use alternative service networks (ATMs installed in the open air) and the widest possibilities of electronic banking. “