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Updated on March 17th 2022
Updated on March 17th 2022
Following recent announcements by the Greek Government, entrance is allowed to passengers:
There is currently no quarantine requirement for entering Greece.
Passengers arriving to Greece from the EU & Schengen area, as well as from the thirty-five (35) non-EU countries that have joined the EU Digital Covid Certificate System (Albania, Andorra, Armenia, Benin, Cabo Verde, El Salvador, Faroe Islands, Georgia, Israel, Iceland, Jordan, Lebanon, Liechtenstein, Moldova, Monaco, Montenegro, Morocco, New Zealand, North Macedonia, Norway, Panama, San Marino, Serbia, Singapore, Switzerland, Taiwan, Thailand, Tunisia, Togo, Turkey, Ukraine, United Arab Emirates, United Kingdom, Uruguay, The Vatican) are accepted provided that they display the EU Digital COVID-19 certificate, OR alternatively:
Passengers arriving from all other countries are permitted to enter Greece under the condition that:
Passengers traveling from Australia, the United States of America (USA) and Canada are permitted to enter Greece under the condition that they display either:
The above obligations include children from the age of five (5) and above.
Passengers will be subjected to random COVID-19 diagnostic rapid tests upon arrival. Passenger may continue to their final destination. If found positive, a 5-day quarantine under supervision is required either at home or at a designated temporary residence assigned by the appropriate authorities. The quarantine period starts the next day of their positive diagnosis. Following the five (5) day period and if the symptoms have receded and the passenger is feverless for twenty-four (24) hours without the use of antipyretics, the passenger is released from quarantine. If the fever insists the passenger remains in isolation until the fever has fully receded. All above passengers are required to wear high protection breathing mask or alternately a combination of masks for at least five (5) days following their release from isolation.
By the end of March most of the measures that apply to the vaccinated will have been lifted. Obviously, some will remain, such as masks and some distancing measures, which, however, do not affect normalcy.
Attention: It is compulsory for all passengers on international flights to fill in and submit the Passenger Locator Form electronically. The form must be submitted before their departure to Greece
Additionally, please find at this link https://travelvitals.amexgbt.com/ the latest travel restrictions worldwide.
Please note that at Athens International Airport a testing facility from IATRIKON ATHINON will be available to perform Rapid tests between 08:30 - 17:00. The test outcome certificate will be provided in English. In order to avoid any potential delay, it is highly recommended to the passengers to be at the airport at least 4,5 hours before their scheduled flight.
The protocols, currently available on the Diavgeia website, were designed based on the proposals of the Hellenic Association of Professional Congress Organizers (HAPCO), Greece’s National Public Health Organization (EODY) and the Tourism Ministry. According to Greece’s new health protocols, professional and other conferences can be held in the form of hybrid events. A hybrid event is a tradeshow, conference, seminar, workshop or other meeting that combines a live in-person event with a virtual online component.
Furthermore, the following measures must be implemented:
* Please note: Restrictions, testing requirements, and mandatory quarantine measures are subject to change depending on how successful Covid-19 management/infection rates reported at airports of origin and according to the European Union Aviation Safety Agency (EASA) guidelines.
PLEASE NOTE that every two (2) weeks the list of countries will be reviewed and the information updated. For latest travel updates for Greece please visit this link here.
Please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org and email@example.com if you have any further questions about travelling to Greece.