Greek courts to require evidence of vaccinations for public attendance


Greek courts will now be requiring a coronavirus vaccination certificate, a prior coronavirus infection certificate, or a negative PCR test from all judicial officers and members of the attending public as of Thursday, said the Justice Ministry on Wednesday.

For members of the public this mandate relates to anyone aged 12 or over, and as far as staff are concerned this relates to all regular employees in all civil, criminal and military courts, prosecutor's offices, cadastral offices, and all judicial officers, including judges, court clerks and lawyers.

Children aged 4-11 can present a negative self-test, and so can any adult who attends courts very briefly, i.e. for submitting legal documents only, it was noted.


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