Greece extends anti-Covid measures at border crossings until January 24th
The Ministry of Europe and Foreign Affairs has announced through a statement that Greece has postponed the current anti-Covid measures until January 24, 2022.
All those traveling to Greece, regardless of nationality or whether they have been vaccinated or have passed COVID-19, will have to submit a negative PCR test performed within 72 hours prior to travel or a rapid antigenic test performed within 24 hours prior to travel.
Also anyone wishing to enter Greek territory must complete an electronic PLF (Passenger LocatorForm) form with contact details in Greece prior to arrival.
NOTICE OF THE MINISTRY
The Ministry of Europe and Foreign Affairs announces that Greece has postponed the current anti-Covid measures until January 24, 2022.
All Albanian citizens traveling to Greece, regardless of nationality, regardless of whether they have been vaccinated or have been diagnosed with COVID-19, are required to submit:
Negative PCR test, performed within 72 hours, prior to travel.
rapid antigenic test, performed within 24 hours before travel.
All travelers entering the territory of the Republic of Greece, must fill in the electronic form PLF (Passenger LocatorForm), at the electronic address https://travel.gov.gr, with their contact details in Greece, before arrival.
The measure applies to adults and children over 5 years old, regardless of vaccination.
The border points of Kakavia, Kapshtica and Qafbota operate 24 hours a day. The Three Bridges border crossing is open from 08:00 until 20:00.