Covid-19: Greece Extends Entry Requirements for Bulgarians until May 14
Greek authorities have extended all existing restrictions on entry into the country until 6 am on May 14, 2021, the Bulgarian Embassy in Athens said, quoted by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs.
Upon entering on Greek territory, regardless of the mode of transport, passengers are required to present a negative result from a PCR test performed no earlier than 72 hours after entering the country.
The PCR test requirement also applies to children over 5 years of age. An option is to present a certificate of vaccination with COVID-19, proving that the vaccination was done at least 14 days before.
The certificate must be in English, issued by a public authority and contain information on the type and number of doses of the vaccine.
In the absence of a negative test result, the Greek authorities have the right to prevent travelers from entering the country. Upon entry, the Greek authorities may, at their discretion, request that each of the travelers be tested on the spot (rapid or PCR).
All entering persons must have a generated QR code after completing the Passenger Locator Form (PLF) at this address.
It describes in detail the current measures, restrictions and requirements. Passenger companies (air, sea, land) are obliged to check whether each of the passengers has a QR before boarding. In the absence of such, the transport company is responsible for returning such passengers to the homeland.