Covid regulations for Israelis visiting Greece.
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Greece has made it easy for the Israeli tourist who is either vaccinated or recovered and wishes to visit the country.
The regulations as per the Greek Embassy in Israel, are outlined here:
All travelers to Greece, regardless of nationality and way of entering the country,must fill in the electronic form PLF (https://travel.gov.gr/#/),with their contact details at least 24hours prior to their arrival to Greece. A valid PLF form, with a QR code, is considered necessary to enter the country.
All travelers to Greece must meet one of the following prerequisites in order to be allowed entrance to Greece:
1) Have a Vaccination Certificate issued by a public authority which must state in English the following: .
a) name and surname of the traveler,as this is stated in the passport.
b) the type of vaccine and
c) number of vaccine doses administered as well as the respective dates.
Note: The second dose of the vaccine must be administered at least 14 days prior to their arrival.
2) Have a negative PCR test performed maximum 72 hours prior to their arrival and the results should be in English (including the full name and passport number).
3) Have a Certificate of Recovery from COVID-19 issued by a public authority,valid for two (2) to nine (9) months from the date of illness issued on it, issued by a public authority in accordance with the relevant legislation, by reference laboratories of the country of origin or public or private laboratories in that country, provided that such private laboratories are certified by the competent national certification authority of the country and must state in English the name and surname of the traveler,as this is stated in the passport.
Minors up to 6 years old are exempt from the above.