Greece to remove all entry restrictions for Brits next month

By Linsey McNeill
13/04/2022
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Greece will lift all COVID-related entry requirements for all arrivals, including Brits, early next month.

The country announced on Monday that from 2 May travellers will no longer be required to show proof of vaccination or a negative test.

However, the UK Foreign Office has yet to update its advice for travel to Greece from 2 May.

Greece has also announced that from next month it is suspending use of its COVID Pass, so visitors and locals will no longer have to show proof of vaccination, a negative test or a recovery certificate to enter public indoor and outdoor spaces.

Health Minister Thanos Plevris said yesterday that Greece will also end the mandatory use of masks indoors from 1 May.

In an interview with Skai TV, he said the measures will be reviewed in September.

Greece had already dumped its Passenger Locator Form on 15 March, but all other entry rules remain in place until 2 May.

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