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New Covid-19 Measures for Ferry Travel in Greece

greece ferry travelA ferry docking in Santorini, Greece. Credit: Dimitra Damian/Greek Reporter

In the wake of increased transmission of Covid-19 in the country due to Omicron, Greece has announced new measures for traveling by ferry.

According to the new rules, which apply to ferries on all routes, the unvaccinated must produce a negative PCR test result from within 72 hours of their trip, or a negative rapid test within 48 hours of their trip in order to board the ferry.

They can also prevent a document certifying that they have recovered from the coronavirus within the past 90 days.

Travel rules for ferries in Greece

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