Travelers to Greece must complete an electronic declaration


From 1 July, all entrants to Greece, regardless of nationality, must complete, at least 48 hours before travel, an electronic declaration on the following website.

The declaration contains information about the starting point of the traveler, previous trips and stays in other countries, as well as the address where will stay in Greece.

After filling in the electronic declaration, a unique identification code (QR code) is automatically generated, which must be submitted, in electronic form or on paper, to the local authorities upon arrival in Greece. 

Passengers without a QR code will not be allowed to enter Grecce.

Based on the data from the declaration, it is possible that the passenger will be tested for coronavirus on arrival in Greece, and will need to isolate himself until the result.

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