En De
Total doses
given
21.1M
People fully
vaccinated
7.6M
% Fully
vaccinated
73.57%
Masks
Mask is required in all public indoor, public transport and certain outdoor areas
COVID-19 test
Not required
Quarantine
Not required
Passenger Locator Form
Not required
Health form
Not required
Vaccination
Not required
Insurance
Not required
Insurance
Not required
Pre-travel testing (vaccinated): None
Pre-travel testing (unvaccinated): None
Test on arrival (vaccinated): None
Test on arrival (unvaccinated): None

Public Place:

21.06.2022

05/03/2022 Masks are mandatory only indoors.; 01/06/2022 Masks are no longer required indoors but remain on public transport; taxi; pharmacies and medical facilities.; 01/06/2022 Mandatory use of the mask outside the ship is suspended; mandatory use indoors remains for all; crew and passengers (review at the end of June).;

01.06.2022

05/03/2022 Masks are mandatory only indoors.; 01/06/2022 Masks are no longer required indoors but remain on public transport and medical facilities.;

20.05.2022

05/03/2022 Masks are mandatory only indoors.; 01/06/2022 Masks are no longer required indoors.;

20.05.2022

18/01/2021: One costumer per 25 m2; keeping distance of 1.5 meters and opening hours from 07:00 to 20:00.; Since 6 February in regions which are defined as high risk for SARS-CoV-2 transmission; non essential shops operate with “e-shopping”; “click- away” and “click inside”. In regions which are defined as very high risk for SARS-CoV-2 transmission; non essential shops are closed. In regions which are defined as monitoring status for SARS-CoV-2 transmission; non essential shops are open following rules of physical distance. Since 22 March hairdressing salons are open. “Click- away” shopping means that customers pre-order their purchases and then pick them up outside of the shop and click inside. “Click Inside” shopping means that the customers sets an appointment with the store that sends him an sms with the appointment data. The customer may try products while in the shop and pay also cash.; Since 5 April 2021 non essential shops operate with “e-shopping”; “click- away” and “click inside”; with a three-hour limit per shopper so as to avoid crowding. To go shopping; citizens must send an SMS with a special code (to be announced) to a five-digit mobile phone service to request permission of movement. Shopping centers remain closed.; Since 14 May 2021 non-essential shops; including shopping centers; operate keeping physical distance between customers (1 customer per 25 m2). Shopping following the method of “click- away” and “click inside” is no longer necessary. Employees and employers have to be examined for COVID-19 with a self-test once per week.

20.05.2022

24/12/2021 Ban on all public festive events in the Christmas period until 03.01.22.; 30/12/2021: Ban on all events indoors and outdoors or in private; gauge of 10% allowed at sporting events.; 19/02/2022: Full-house conferences and events are allowed; and a 50 percent capacity at sports events.; 21/03/2022 All events are allowed with 100% capacity.;

20.05.2022

24/12/2021 Masks are mandatory indoors and outdoors.; 30/12/2021 It is mandatory to use a double mask or KN95 type in markets; supermarkets and transport.; 05/03/2022 Mask are mandatory only indoors.;

23.04.2022

13/7/2021 Entrance in indoor gyms and fitness centres is allowed only to vaccinated and COVID-19 recovered individuals or to those with a 48-hour negative rapid antigen test. Establishments are allowed to work in full capacity if they accept only vaccinated and COVID-19 recovered ppl. Visit to both indoor and outdoor stadiums is only allowed either to vaccinated or COVID-19 recovered individuals. ; 22/11/2021 Only vaccinated and recovered are able to enter gyms and courts. Negative tests from the unvaccinated ones are not accepted.; 13/04/2022 From 01.05.2022 until 31.08.2022; vaccination pass certificate is no longer required and there is no other restriction.;

23.04.2022

Places of worship required to close due to national stay at home orders introduced on 07/11/20. Religious ceremonies (funerals; marriages etc.) are allowed with the participation only 9 individuals. For the days of Christmas (25/12); New year (1/1/) and Epiphany (6/1) churches will operate allowing 1 individual per 15m2.; 18/01/2021 Places of worship operate allowing 1 individual per 25m2 and not more than 50 individuals in total.; As of 4 March 2021 places of worship operate allowing 1 individual per 25m2 and not more than 9 individuals in total; for regions which is defined as high risk for SARS-CoV-2 transmission while for regions which is defined as very high risk for SARS-CoV-2 transmission the presence of individuals for worship does not allowed.; 5/7/2021 1 individual per 15 m2 is allowed. 8/10/21: 1 individual per 15 m2 is allowed; max number 100 persons per worship place. ; 22/11/2021 Entrance in churches is allowed only with proof of vaccination or recovery or negative test.; 13/04/2022 From 01.05.2022 until 31.08.2022; vaccination pass certificate is no longer required and there is no other restriction.;

23.04.2022

28/02/2020 Cancel hospital visits for patients with oncological; hematologic; or other immunosuppressive diseases. 30/11/2020 Visitation restrictions at nursing homes and hospitals.; 26/03/2022 The visit to the Elderly Care Units reopens but restrictions will continue to apply; to avoid transmission and spread of coronavirus and especially of the highly transmitted Omicron mutation;;

23.04.2022

06/11/2021 Entrance in shops is allowed only to those who are fully vaccinated and recovered from SARS-CoV-2 or with the provision of a 48-hour negative rapid test. Pharmacies and supermarkets/grocery stores are exempted.; 13/04/2022 From 01.05.2022 until 31.08.2022; vaccination pass certificate is no longer required and there is no other restriction.;

23.04.2022

Since 3 May; restaurants and cafes reopened for outdoor seated service only. A maximum of six customers are allowed per table; while standing customers and music aren’t allowed. Staff have to carry out compulsory coronavirus home self-test. A nightly curfew that was in force from 9 p.m. is being pushed back to 11 p.m.; with restaurants and cafes allowed to remain open until 15 minutes before curfew. ; Since 12 June; music in restaurants and cafes is allowed. ; 8/07/2021 all restaurants; and cafes are allowed to have only sitting customers. ; 16/7/2021 Indoor areas are allowed only for vaccinated or COVID-19-infected ppl. with a maximum capacity of 85%. ; 09/10/2021 Restaurants and cafes where only vaccinated or recovered from COVID-19 are allowed; can work with 100% capacity and with no sitting restrictions. ; 06/11/2021 Outdoor areas are allowed only to those who are fully vaccinated and recovered from SARS-CoV-2 or with the provision of a 48-hour negative rapid test. ; 22/11/2021 Only vaccinated and recovered are able to enter indoor restaurants and cafes. Negative tests from the unvaccinated ones are not accepted.30/12/2021 Restaurants and cafes are allowed to be open until 00:00 (except from 31.12.21 that restaurants and cafes are open until 02:00); only for seated people and a maximum of 6 customers per table. Music is not allowed.; 01/02/2022 There is no hour limitation and music returns in all restaurants; cafes and entertainment venues; only for seated customers.; 19/02/2022 Restaurants and cafes can have also unseated people.; 13/04/2022 From 01.05.2022 until 31.08.2022; vaccination pass certificate is no longer required and there is no other restriction.;

23.04.2022

Since 21 of May outdoor cinemas are open with a maximum capacity of people 75%. The audience has to keep physical distance and wear a face mask. Breaks during the film are not allowed. ; Since 28 of May outdoor theaters are open with a maximum capacity of people 50%. The audience has to keep physical distance and wear a face mask. ; Since 12 June the percentage of the audience who can attend a spectacle has been increased. It depends on the total capacity of the place. ; 2/7/2021: Only outdoor entertainment venues opened with 25% of the max. capacity. Max. 10 people per table. Indoor cinemas opened with 50% of the max. capacity. Outdoor sports activities are allowed with a maximum capacity of spectators of 50%. Participants in all cases should provide i) vaccination certificate; ii) negative rapid test (48 h)/PCR test (72 h); iii) medical proof of SARS-CoV-2 infection. From 12/07/2021 all allowed entertainment venues are obligated to have only sitting customers/participants. All indoor live performances and receptions are suspended. Spectators are allowed only for sports activities with 1 player. ; 16/7/2021 Indoor entertainment venues are allowed with a maximum capacity of spectators of 85%; and only with vaccinated or COVID-19-infected participants. Indoor cinemas are allowed to have a maximum capacity of 85% and outdoor cinemas 75%. From 19/7/2021 Indoor and outdoor sports activities are allowed with a maximum of 8000 and 25000 spectators (80% of max. capacity); respectively; but only vaccinated or COVID-19-infected people are able to attend. ; 13/7/2021 Visit to indoor cinemas; theatres; museums and archaeological places is allowed only to vaccinated ppl; COVID-19 recovered or those with a 48-hour negative rapid antigen test. Establishments are allowed to work in 70-85% capacity if they accept only vaccinated and COVID-19 recovered visitors. ; 09/10/2021 Places/venues where only vaccinated or recovered from COVID-19 are allowed; can work with 100% capacity and with no restrictions considering sitting and dancing. ; 06/11/2021 All indoor and outdoor entertainment venues; as well as indoor activities can be accessed only by fully vaccinated and recovered from SARS-CoV-2 or with the provision of a 48-hour negative rapid test. ; 22/11/2021 Only vaccinated and recovered are able to enter entertainment venues; museums; theatres; cinemas and exhibitions. Negative tests from the unvaccinated ones are not accepted.; 13/12/2021 Vaccinated or recovered from SARS-CoV-2 people and children 4-17 years can enter Christmas Theme parks.; 30/12/2021 Stadiums are allowed to have 10% maximum capacity with the limit of 1000 people.; 19/02/2022 Stadiums are allowed to have 50% capacity and bars can have again unseated people.; 21/03/2022 Stadiums and entertainment venues; museums; theaters; cinemas and exhibitions are allowed to have 100% capacity but are permitted only vaccinated or recovered people.; 13/04/2022 From 01.05.2022 until 31.08.2022; vaccination pass certificate is no longer required and there is no other restriction.;

20.01.2022

From 28/06/2021 masks are mandatory indoors and outdoors where physical distance cannot be respected.;

27.09.2021

Cancelation of religious ceremonies.

21.09.2021

03/01/2021 Closure of non-essential shops.

21.09.2021

Mandatory use of mask in all closed spaces and all open spaces where keeping physical distance is not feasible. Workers at open spaces of entertainment or market. Workers in all closed spaces when they are in contact with the public (e.g. restaurants; supermarkets; public transport; taxis; hospitals; hairdressers; beauty salons; public services etc.). Including places of religious worship; public transport; taxi; travel by ship.

21.09.2021

All non-essential commercial stores and leisure places (malls; bars; restaurants etc.) are closed.

21.09.2021

It is not allowed over 100 people in ceremonies such as weddings; funeral; baptisms.

21.09.2021

All non-essential commercial stores and leisure places (malls; bars; restaurants etc.) are closed. Exceptions: open-air markets; private healthcare settings; hotels (only for tourist); banks; supermarkets; bakeries; cafes and restaurants only for delivery service; pharmacies; call centres.

21.09.2021

Non-essential shops required to close due to national stay at home orders introduced on 07/11.

21.09.2021

13/12/2020 Non-essential shops with remote pre-purchase / pre-selection of goods via electronic or telephone order (click away) can operate

21.09.2021

In high risk areas; places of worship operate with 1 person per 25 m2 and in very high risk areas operate only with the presence of the church staff.; 06/06/2020 Places of worship operate with 1 person per 5 m2; keeping distance of 1.5 meters.

21.09.2021

It is allowed in all sports; individually or in groups; to carry out racing activities without the presence of spectators.

21.09.2021

Prohibition of indoor and outdoor gathering over 10 people.

21.09.2021

Private gathering is not allowed. It is allowed 2 individuals in public open space keeping 1;5 metre physical distance.

21.09.2021

Inside seating is allowed (however number of clients depends on establishments surface/space).

21.09.2021

Only people seating on chairs are allowed to attend events.; 03/11/2020 Entertainments venues (theatre; opera; cinema etc.) operate under specific requirements in regions where their risk level is characterized as level of monitoring/ alert. In regions where their risk level is characterized as high risk or they are under lockdown (alarm level) entertainments venues are closed.

29.06.2021

Prohibition of public gatherings with more than 100 people until February 1.

15.06.2021

Entertainment venues required to close due to national stay at home orders introduced on 07/11.

15.06.2021

Gym and sport centers required to close due to national stay at home orders introduced on 07/11.

18.05.2021

Restaurants and cafes are open ONLY for take away and delivery

15.03.2021

Non essential shops are closed in the regions of the country with high transmission of COVID-19 in the community.

12.02.2021

Closure of non-essential shops until further notice.

12.02.2021

Suspension of religious ceremonies until further notice.

04.02.2021

In public transport; hairdressers; beauty salons;supermarket workers. Use of face mask will be mandatory in closed and busy places when the lockdown is lifted.

01.02.2021

Thessaloniki regional unit and Serres regional unit have been placed under lockdown (alarm level). Public gathering is not allowed. People go out for specific reasons (such as shopping essential items) or to work. From 7 November 2020; there is a national lockdown and curfew.

01.02.2021

Stay at home orders and a curfew have been activated as of 07/11. No events allowed in the country.

21.12.2020

Private gathering is allowed only for 2 families including no more than 9 individuals.

03.12.2020

Temporary cancelation of festivals.

18.11.2020

Cafe; restaurants and bars operate daily only from 05:00 to 23:00. Since 23:00-05:00 are closed.

18.11.2020

Gyms; sports centers are closed in regions which have been placed under lockdown and in regions which are characterized as high risk for COVID-19 transmission.

18.11.2020

Restaurants and cafes operate only for delivery and take away.

18.11.2020

Cafe; restaurants and bars operate daily only from 05:00 to 23:00. Since 23:00-05:00 are closed. ;

18.11.2020

Public gathering is allowed until the number of 50 people in regions where their risk level is characterized as level of monitoring/ alert. In regions where their risk level is characterized as high risk or they are under lockdown (alarm level) public gathering is not allowed.

18.11.2020

Restaurants and cafes operates only for delivery and take away.

06.11.2020

Temporary cancelation of concerts and operation of closed space cinema

06.11.2020

Cafe; restaurants and bars in specific regions of Greece -where the confirmed COVID-19 cases are more than expected- could be operate daily only from 07:00 to 00:00; until 24/09/2020. Since 25/09/2020 cafe; restaurants and bars in specific regions of Greece -where the confirmed COVID-19 cases are more than expected- could be operate daily only from 05:00 to 00:00;

06.11.2020

Cafe; restaurants and bars in specific regions of Greece - where the confirmed COVID-19 cases are more than expected- could be operate daily only from 07:00 to 00:00.

04.11.2020

Temporary cancelation of concerts and operation of closed space cinema

04.11.2020

There are 21 provinces in Greece where indoor mass gathering over 9 people are not allowed.

04.11.2020

Temporary cancelation of open markets in spesific regions of Greece where the confirmed COVID-19 cases are more than expected.

28.07.2020

The use of mask is voluntary for the public in closed places.

30.06.2020

Non-essential shops closure: Partially closed

Restrictive measures mandatory between 18 May 2020 to TBD

From 26 May: reopening of swimming pools. From 18 May: reopening of archaeological sites, zoos and botanical gardens. Museums reopen on June 15 , complying with all necessary protection measures. From 10 June, public services are back in full operation with public service preferably, but not exclusively, by appointment.

Events stop: Partially banned

Restrictive measures mandatory between 02 June 2020 to TBD

From 2.6.2020 the administrations of all types of companies that operate beaches, must ensure that the following rules are observed: up to 1000 sq.m. the presence of 40 people is allowed