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Greece Lifts More Virus Restriction Measures on Friday

ATHENS — Α new period starts on Friday with more freedom, but continuation of the observation of the personal protection measures.

Tourism opens along with museums and casinos while citizens are allowed to stay outside until 00:30 instead of 23:00. Moreover, the sending of SMS to 13032 and 13033 is abolished and finally the ban on travelling from region to region is lifted on conditions.

Those who want to travel to the islands, with the exception of the islands of Lefkada, Evia and Salamina, should display a vaccination certificate (14 days after the second dose), a PCR test conducted in the last 72 hours before the trip, and either a 24-hour rapid or self test or a certificate saying that the specific individual has suffered from the virus that will be valid 2-9 month after the infection.

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