Coronavirus: Travellers from Romania-Bulgaria only with a negative test in Greece

Travelers from Romania and Bulgaria will enter the country only with a negative coronavirus test from July 18 according to a decision of the GGP.

Specifically, the announcement of the General Secretariat for Civil Protection: “Based on the analysis of epidemiological data, it was decided that those entering Greece, by air, from Bulgaria and Romania, from the morning of Tuesday, July 28, until August 4, are required to show a negative molecular test (PCR) result for the coronavirus, which has been performed up to 72 hours before their arrival in Greece.

Greek citizens, holders of residence permits and those who travel for essential reasons are excluded.

At the same time, the obligation to complete the Passenger Locator Form (PLF) at least 24 hours before arrival in Greece remains in force.

The government, in cooperation with the competent services, constantly analyzes and evaluates the data, so that the opening to foreign visitors can be done safely and without discounts on public health “.

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