On February 5th local time, Greek police arrested four people who tried to report negative nucleic acid tests at a northern border crossing.
According to the introduction, all four are Bulgarian citizens. They claim to have completed nucleic acid testing in neighboring countries and tested negative.
However, in their negative nucleic acid test report, the Greek police found that some items did not match the test content of neighboring institutions, thus denying the authenticity of these documents.
Greek police immediately arranged for the four people to be tested quickly for the novel coronavirus, and the results were negative.
According to Greek official regulations, all foreigners entering Greece must produce a report of negative for COVID-19 within 72 hours.