With a face mask in all rooms and with a distance of 1.5 meters between people, we will celebrate Easter for another year, according to the “Emergency Covid-19 Protection Measures” published in the Government Gazette. These rules will govern our lives until Sunday May 1st.
According to the Government Gazette, the main difference compared to previous years is that the members of the expert committee during the Easter holidays kept us at a distance from country houses, dachas and native land, as well as from tourist sites, including forests and fishing. Now, those who can afford the increased fares due to rising fuel prices have the opportunity to travel to any destination of their choice.
Nightclubs and restaurants
As for entertainment and food centers, they work only for fully vaccinated or newly ill. That is, those who have taken three doses, those who have been vaccinated with two doses and nine months have not passed, as well as those who have been ill in the last six months, have access. The measures also provide for the mandatory presentation of a certificate of vaccination or illness at the entrance of customers, while the use of a mask by staff and customers is mandatory while waiting.
In businesses that operate outdoors and are licensed as a medical supply store, the customer must present a vaccination certificate or a disease certificate or a negative Covid-19 diagnosis certificate.
People enter the church after showing a certificate of vaccination or illness, or a negative diagnostic test for Covid-19. At the same time, clergymen and singers are allowed not to use masks during a religious ceremony.
For all parishioners in the church:
- Mandatory use of a protective mask. Persons to whom the use of a mask is not indicated for medical reasons, confirmed by the relevant documents, are excluded.
- Maintain a distance of 1.5 meters between people indoors and outdoors.
- Antiseptics at the entrance.
- Ventilation of premises by natural or artificial means.
Persons arriving for the purpose of participating in a religious ceremony after a mandatory demonstration at the entrance:
a) vaccination certificate,
b) medical certificates,
c) a negative result of a diagnostic test for coronavirus (PCR or rapid test).
Alternatively, minors between the ages of 4 and 17 may submit a negative self-test.
According to the Government Gazette, the use of a mask remains mandatory in all forms of public transport, as it has been since the first period of the pandemic.
Read more in the official newspaper link (in Greek)