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Change in NOTAM for Non-EU Citizens; Uruguay Removed From List of Permitted Countries

December 21, 2020

ATHENS — There was a change in the Civil Aviation Authority Notam banning the entrance of non-EU citizens into the country that is in effect until Thursday, January 7, 2021.

Citizens from Australia, Japan, New Zealand, Rwanda, South Korea, Thailand, UAE and Singapore are exempted from the general ban. This list did not include Uruguay in the updated Notam regarding third countries.

All passengers arriving in Greece on flights from abroad until January 7, 2021 are required to self-isolate for three days after arrival in the place of residence they declare in their Passenger Locator Form (PLF) form. Proof of a negative PCR test taken in the last 72 hours before arrival is also mandatory for all passengers from abroad.

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