Greece has lifted all its entry restrictions on visitors visiting the country from Sunday 1 May. Officials from the National Tourism Organization of Greece (GNTO) reported said that health experts had advised the Greek government to cut the requirements during its meeting on Thursday, April 29.
Unvaccinated travelers and travelers who have not been infected with the virus before will be allowed to visit the Mediterranean country without any restrictions. There will also not be any tracking information about your whereabouts while visiting the country and after your trip.
UK government website Statuses: “From May 1, passengers arriving in Greece are no longer required to present proof of COVID vaccination, negative COVID test or certificate of COVID recovery. You do not need to complete the Passenger Locator Form. client (PLF).”
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What are the mask rules in Greece?
Despite the change to entry restrictions, mask-wearing rules are still in place as a precaution against any ill health and risk of exposure. The UK government website recommends that visitors to Greece still wear a protective mask. indoor space, including on airplanes.
This means you will be required to wear a mask on your flight to Greece, but there will be no coronavirus-related travel restrictions when entering or traveling to the country.
Speaking on masking rules, Health Minister Thanos Plevris speak: “We do not know [when masks will become optional]. It may not be a good idea to abandon the practice of wearing a mask in the home because masks are a mild measure.
“What we’re suggesting is that indoor masks will resume in May and then, based on the epidemiological picture in the country, decisions will be made for June.”