Travellers wishing to enter Greece will be required to quarantine for a period of 10 days, as the measure has been imposed by the Greek government. Tourists seeking to enter the country from December 18, must present a negative result of the Coronavirus test, not older than 72 hours and fill in a Passenger Locator Form (PLF).
The quarantine measures will take effect on December 18 and will be kept in place until January 7, 2021.
Authorities in Greece have clarified that students returning for year-end holidays would also be subject to self-isolation requirements, together with all persons traveling for business or other purposes.
Greece’s government announced that the country’s lockdown will also be prolonged until January 7, so the country’s authorities can maintain the pandemic situation under control. Schools, sports, courts, cafes, bars, restaurants and entertainment will also be closed until the same date.
Travelling between Greek prefectures will be banned until 6 am on January 7, 2021 as well.
Citizens of Greece are permitted to leave their homes in order to go to work, visit a doctor, shop for essentials, exercise close to their house.
Cyprus is planning to abolish entry requirements like testing and quarantine for travellers who get vaccinated against COVID-19.