Deputy Minister Akis SKertsos announced on Wednesday the lifting of the ban of inter-regional travel and the preconditions for those traveling to/from the Greek islands from May 14, 2021.
Exempted are travelers to/from the islands of Evia, Lefkada and Salamina that can be reached both by land and the sea.
Travelers to/from the Greek islands will have to have:
either a vaccination confirmation issued 14 days after the full vaccination (2 doses or 1 jab if Johnson&Johnson)
or a negative PCR test carried out 72 hours before departure
or a negative Rapid Test or Self-Test carried out 24 hours before departure
or a Covid-19 infection confirmation, issued 2 months after recovery and up to 9 months
The self-test result will be registered to selftesting-gov.gr.
Travelers will have to show these documents while boarding to staff of shipping and airplane companies who will be in charge of the controls.
Obliged to this precondition are both Greeks and foreign nationals over the age of 5.
The Passenger Location Form is still in force for tourists entering the country.