Passengers from Malta Should Have Negative COVID-19 Test Result to Enter Greece

ATHENS — The Civil Aviation Authority issued a NOTAM on Sunday regarding flights from Malta according to which all passengers coming from Malta should have a negative COVID-19 test result conducted in the last 72 hours before their arrival to Greece. The aviation directive (NOTAM) will be in effect from Wednesday 12 August until Saturday 15 August 2020. The result of the test (PCR) should be conducted by a certified medical centre and be in English and also include their identity or passport data.


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