Without a test and only with a certificate of vaccination, you can enter Greece from February 7

As Greek Health Minister Thanos Pleuris said, from next Monday, entry into the country for those who have a European vaccination certificate will be carried out without the need for a test.

From Monday, February 7, entry into the country for those who have a valid European vaccination certificate will be carried out without a mandatory test, ERT reported. Until recently, a vaccination certificate and a negative molecular or rapid test were required to enter the country.

It is noted that European certificate of vaccination valid for nine months.

As of next Monday, February 7, the vaccination certificates for those who received the second dose of the vaccine seven months ago (completed the first stage of vaccination) expire in Greece. Until the said citizens do not take the third dose, they will be considered unvaccinated, with all the ensuing consequences (restrictions applicable to the unvaccinated).

However, European two-dose vaccination certificates will be valid for 9 months.



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