February 7th, local time, the Greek Civil Aviation Authority reported that in view of the impact of the COVID-19 epidemic, the Greek Civil Aviation Authority decided to continue to extend the corresponding restrictions on domestic flights in Greece until 6 a.m. on February 15 and to 6 a.m. on February 22.
The restrictions on domestic and foreign flights are as follows: In terms of domestic flights, only flights are allowed to travel under necessary circumstances.
For example, health reasons, work needs, family reunions, etc., humanitarian flights, cargo flights, military, firefighting, medical flights, etc. are not affected by restrictions.
In terms of international flights, citizens of the European Union and countries outside the Schengen Area are temporarily unable to enter Greece. Except for the United Kingdom, Singapore, Australia, New Zealand, Rwanda, South Korea, Thailand, the United Arab Emirates, Israel and Russia.
All personnel from the United Kingdom must be tested for COVID-19 virus quickly upon arrival in Greece. Passengers with negative test results must receive COVID-19 nucleic acid after 7 days of self-isolation.
Tests, those who have negative results can be released from quarantine, and those who have positive results must be forcibly quarantined for 14 days.
All personnel who enter Greece from abroad must report negative for COVID-19 virus within 72 hours and receive rapid COVID-19 virus testing upon arrival.
If the passenger tests positive, the mandatory quarantine period will be extended to 14 days; all passengers will fill in the Passenger Location Form at least 24 hours before leaving Greece or entering Greece, etc.