Greece's Tourism Ministry announced on Monday new rules for inbound tourism from Russia due to the spread of the Delta mutation of SARS-CoV-2 in that country.
According to the Ministry statement, as a matter of health and public safety for tourists, Greek tourism sector workers and citizens, it was decided to modify the arrival policy from Russia, requiring all travelers arriving in Greece from Russia to have a certificate of negative PCR or rapid test.
This measure is mandatory and applies to all tourists from Russia, whether they are vaccinated or not, it added.
Finally, all travelers from Russia will be tested upon arrival in Greece.
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