With a vaccination or disease certificate, a negative PCR result of 72 hours and a negative result of a rapid test of 48 hours, from Monday, July 5, those citizens who want to travel will be able to travel to the islands, as announced yesterday the Deputy Minister of Civil Protection and Crisis Management, Nikos Hardalias duration of information on the course of the Covid-19 infection pandemic.
Specifically, from July 5, the following apply:
Travel to the islands will require:
– For adults:
(a) vaccination certificate or disease certificate;
b) negative PCR result in the last 72 hours,
c) negative result of rapid test in the last 48 hours.
– For minors 12 to 17 years old: any test, including self test
– While minors up to 12 years old travel freely.
On the return from the islands it is recommended to conduct a self test for all those who are over 12 years old.
Evia, Lefkada and Salamina are excluded from the measure, and are also excluded
a) those who move between different island Regional Units for work purposes on a daily basis. They will be moved by performing a weekly self-test as already in force.
b) those who move between islands that are very close or on ferries that connect the mainland with islands nearby. They will move by performing a weekly self-test if they are employees as is already the case and by performing a self-test before moving for the rest.