No COVID test requirement for entry to Greece, Kyrgyzstan

Greece and Kyrgyzstan have scrapped the requirement for a negative PCR test result upon entry from Turkey, Turkish Airlines announced late on May 2.

The two countries have eased travel restrictions imposed to curb the spread of the coronavirus pandemic, the national flag-carrier company said on its social media accounts. 

Tourism Minister: It is important for our tourism that the fully vaccinated do not need a negative test

A very important development for Greek tourism is characterized by the competent minister Vassilis Kikilias, via Twitter, the amendment of the air directive that fully vaccinated travelers from USA, Australia, Canada do not need to show a negative COVID test to travel to Greece.

Australia to open borders to vaccinated travelers on Feb. 21

Australia will open its borders to all vaccinated tourists and business travelers from Feb. 21 in a further relaxation of pandemic restrictions announced Monday.

Australia imposed some of the world's toughest travel restrictions on its citizens and permanent residents in March 2020 to prevent them from bringing COVID-19 home.

Which vaccination certificates expire tomorrow – What does it mean for those who have not taken the third dose?

Tomorrow, Monday, February 7, expires the small extension in the validity of the vaccination certificate, which was given due to the severe weather front that hit Greece. This means that the adults who have completed their vaccination seven months ago, should have taken the booster dose, otherwise from tomorrow they will be considered unvaccinated.