Greece opens for tourists and introduces new measures

In connection with the decision of the Greek government to open the country for tourists, from 14 May, Greece begins to loosen the internal measures aimed at preventing the spread of the Covid-19 virus.

As of 14 May 2021, Bulgarian citizens who wish to visit the country should submit:
1) a negative PCR test result not earlier than 72 hours from the entry into Greece or

(2) Vaccination certificate for Covid-19 coronavirus in English, French, German, Italian, Spanish or ruby ​​language issued by a public authority and in accordance with the legislation and have passed at least fourteen (14) days of completion of vaccination. The vaccination certificate includes the name of the person and type and number of vaccine doses or

3) Covid-19 Certificate of a positive PCR or antigenic test for COVID-19 (two months after the end of the disease and to nine months of it) in English, French, German, Italian, Spanish or ruby ​​language.
These documents should be issued by authorized health bodies or certified laboratories.
The above-mentioned requirements also apply to children after 5 years. Upon entering the country, the Greek authorities may, at their discretion, ask each of the travelers to be made (quick or PCR).

When traveling to Greece, every citizen, without exception (including truck drivers), there should be a generated QR code after completing the Passenger Locator Form (PLF) at (where are described in detail Active measures, restrictions and requirements).