Greece to remove all Covid travel restrictions before summer holidays

Greece is ready to scrap the rest of its Covid-related journey restrictions on 2 Might, the nation’s well being minister has confirmed – simply in time for its summer time vacationer season.

Thanos Plevris stated on Tuesday that pandemic situations had stabilised within the nation, permitting Greece “to proceed with the suspension of the safety measures put in place from 1 Might.”

Greece’s use of vaccine certificates, restoration certificates and its requirement to put on masks in indoor public locations will not be in place from 2 Might.

Nevertheless, Mr Plevris emphasised in a TV interview that these measures are being suspended, reasonably than abolished. He stated that the brand new guidelines can be reviewed in September.

He additionally inspired the usage of masks for locals amid this weekend’s Easter celebrations.

For Britons, it means a frictionless return to some of the standard summer time vacation spots in simply over two weeks’ time.

Travellers will not must take a pre-travel check, quarantine and even present proof of vaccination to enter the nation.

On the bottom, you’ll not should put on a masks in indoor areas corresponding to resort lobbies and museums, nor present vaccine certificates to enter some venues.

The nation had already proven indicators of enjoyable its guidelines for guests, scrapping its passenger locator type on 15 March, in addition to extending the validity of holiday makers’ vaccine passes to 9 months on 1 April.

At current and till 2 Might, all arrivals to Greece should nonetheless present both: proof of two jabs; proof of restoration from Covid inside the previous 180 days; or a damaging PCR check (inside 72 hours) or antigen check (24 hours) outcome with a view to enter the nation.

From 2 Might Greece joins an inventory of 15 European nations, together with Sweden, Iceland, Madeira and Eire, which have dropped all Covid-related journey guidelines.

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