All international travelers will be required to show a negative PCR COVID-19 test taken within 72 hours of arriving in Greece. Travelers who are fully vaccinated or have proof of antibodies (have recently recovered) can show this documentation instead of testing.
Expect mandatory mask-wearing in public places and throughout travel journeys, and social-distancing measures.
All ferry passengers will be required to complete a health status questionnaire before boarding, and occupancy will be kept to about half of the normal numbers
PASSENGER LOCATOR FORM
All travelers must complete a Passenger Locator Form (PLF) prior to departure. This includes details of where the individual has been and the address they plan to stay at in Greece
ARRIVALS AND DEPARTURES
Regardless of vaccination status tourists may be subjected to random rapid COVID checks. These checks will be carried out at entry points, quarantine hotels are available to accommodate those who test positive during this process at little to no additional charge. Direct international flights are now available to Athens, Thessaloniki, Crete, Mykonos, and Santorini, among others.
Negative COVID-19 tests are needed to return to the United States, regardless of the traveler’s vaccine status. These tests will be organized into the tours, at the traveler’s expense.
WHAT YOU CAN DO
Bars, cafes, and restaurants are now opened across Greece. These establishments can accommodate a limited number of customers in open sitting environments. The national curfew has also been eased to 11 p.m. to 5 a.m allowing more time for nighttime activities. Nonessential stores are still closed, but smaller stores are now open based on availability (appointments may be needed). Archeological sites and some museums have also reopened with limited capacities.
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