Striking a positive note for the fate of “Greek Summer 2021,” Greece’s Tourism Minister Haris Theoharis shared his country’s plans to open its borders for the 2021 tourist season.
In a radio interview with Thema Radio, Theoharis clarified numerous rumors that have been circulating that the country will be open to any visitor from any country who can produce either a vaccination certificate, or a negative molecular Covid-19 test upon entry into the country.
“The prerequisite for an individual to travel to our country will be a negative molecular test or a certificate of vaccination,” Theoharis said in the radio interview, adding that if someone is hesitant to show their vaccination certificate when entering Greece, they can present a negative coronavirus test.
Greece has already launched a plan with Israel to allow a travel free zone between the countries.
Theoharis noted in the interview that plans are evolving by the day and new measures will be introduced in the coming days and weeks, to allow the tourism sector time to plan for the season.
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