The Bulgarian authorities are tightening restrictive measures for those entering the country from Greece without a vaccination certificate.
As it became known from police sources, by its decision of November 19, the Bulgarian Ministry of Health assigned Greece to the “red” zone of the epidemiological map, introducing new measures that will be implemented at the Promahonas-Serres border station from today for 10 days.
Under the new measures in force, those without a vaccination certificate or previous illness will be able to travel to a neighboring country with a negative molecular test (PCR) valid for 72 hours, but will be quarantined for ten days.
Travel to Bulgaria from Greece is carried out in the presence of a certificate of vaccination or previous illness, as well as upon presentation of a negative molecular test. The same measures apply to children over 12 years of age.
According to the same sources, the following are excluded from the above measure:
drivers and navigators of international transport buses, international truck drivers, border guards, crew members of ships and aircraft, pupils and students traveling to / from Bulgaria at least once a week, children under 12 years old.
These measures take effect at the time of the outbreak of the Covid-19 disease in Bulgaria.