Synopsis: Travelers are not required to present immunization documentation, a negative Covid-19 test result, or a recovery certificate upon arrival. Additionally, you do not need to submit a passenger locator form; these guidelines apply regardless of your vaccination status.
Holidays are supposed to be a joyful time, but when tens of thousands of flights were abruptly canceled in recent months, leaving countless customers unhappy, many travelers have been filled with fear ahead of their summer vacations. Throughout the summer, there is expected to be disruption as more travelers deal with long lines and the anxiety of lost luggage.
Now, travelers are not required to present immunization documentation, a negative Covid-19 test result, or a recovery certificate upon arrival. Additionally, you do not need to submit a passenger locator form; these guidelines apply regardless of your vaccination status.
In Greece, however, wearing a face mask is still obligatory for those traveling by public transportation. In the UK, airports all throughout the country are still feeling the effects of the pandemic, and numerous airlines are experiencing staffing issues.
Today’s flights to Greece from Bristol, Cardiff, and Birmingham, our three closest airports, have so far appeared to proceed without incident for all passengers. Yesterday, July 13, the nation announced a revision to its travel regulations, stating that travelers who test positive will no longer need to stay in a designated quarantine hotel for five days.
Travelers will now have the choice of whether or not to isolate themselves if they test positive while on vacation in Greece. Now, people who are afflicted with the virus are permitted to use public transportation as well, but only if they do so while donning an FPP2 or KN95 face mask.
According to The Express, Greece is said to have changed its limits to match the absence of restrictions in other European nations. Epidemiologist Christos Hatzichristodoulou stated in a statement to local media: “There was much discussion about how to manage epidemics in tourist lodging, and we chose to apply what applies to the rest of the Mediterranean countries because of the majority of countries in northern Europe.