Greece – This Sunday, entry won’t be eased

 Saturday, April 30, 2022 


This spring, confusion related to travel rules for Greece holidays and summer reigns over, as the tourist board explains that the current border restrictions of Greece won’t be made easy from 1st May – in spite of the health minister saying that current Covid rules would be called off from May to August.

The health minister, Thanos Plevris, on 12th April, appeared on Skai TV explaining that Covid cases had dropped enough “to proceed with the suspension of the protection measures put in place, from 1 May.”

Local and international press took this to mean all Covid measures – comprising domestic use of vaccine certificates to make use of venues, mask-wearing at the indoors, and the need to show either a vaccine certificate or PCR test result to enter Greece – would be lifted.

Mr Plevris has also highlighted that the decision would be a suspension contrary to an end to restrictions forever, saying, “The measures will be reviewed again in September.”

The Greek government nevertheless later made things clear that mask-wearing indoors would remain mandatory till 1st June. The tourist board of the country is saying that this Sunday, entry restrictions will not be eased in anyway.

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