Greece is scrapping more Covid requirements for Brits heading abroad for Easter, in an effort to encourage families to visit.
As of March 15, the country will no longer require all travellers to complete Passenger Locator Forms (PLFs), regardless of vaccination status. In a statement, Tourism Minister Vassilis Kikilias said that the improvements will “simplify the entry process for travellers”.
As a result of the recommendation of the Committee of Experts of the Ministry of Health, visitors from all countries entering Greece for the first time will no longer be required to complete the PLF. The removal of the PLF simplifies entry procedures for travelers, and the focus is now on the control of vaccination records.
A Passenger Locator Forms must still be filled out by anyone traveling to Greece before March 15.
Britons who have received vaccinations can either show proof of vaccinations or proof of recovery to enter Greece, and no Covid tests are needed.
Because the PLF form has been scrapped, vaccinated Britons can travel to Greece as they did before the pandemic, without having to submit any forms or undergo any tests.