OFFICIAL: MFA clarifications regarding the travel conditions in Greece, from July 28.
Continuing information on the conditions of entry of tourists into Greece, The MFA states that, Starting with 28 July 2020, the measure of presenting a negative molecular test for COVID-19 infection will also apply for passengers arriving at airports in Greece, with flights from Romania and Bulgaria. The test must be taken no later than 72 hours before the time of entry into Greek territory.
The tests must be carried out in accredited laboratories and the certificates must be presented in English and contain the name and surname of the person tested, as well as the number and number of the person's identity card or passport.
The presentation at the air borders of a certificate attesting to the negative result of the COVID-19 test does not preclude the random testing procedure, nor filling in the electronic form PLF / Passanger Locator Form and presentation QR code.
Specifically, passengers, arriving with flights on July 28 or July 29 and who did not have time to take the test before leaving, will be tested on arrival at airports in Greece.