GREECE scraps all Covid rules this week before the summer holidays.
This means Brits can travel more to the holiday hotspot with few restrictions.
From May 1, all travelers to Greece – regardless of vaccination status – will no longer be required to present proof of vaccination, recovery from Covid or a test to enter the country.
Brits will also no longer need to present a coronavirus vaccination card to enter bars, restaurants and other attractions.
And the face mask rules will also be relaxed by June.
Wearing masks indoors will no longer be mandatory from June 1, with more details on venues that still require them.
However, scrapping the measures will be reassessed in September after peak tourist season and could be reinstated if cases pick up.
Health Minister Thanos Plevris said in a statement: “According to the epidemiological data and the experts’ suggestions, we announce the roadmap for the de-escalation of the measures against the Covid-19 pandemic.
“All measures will be reviewed on September 1 depending on the picture of the pandemic.”
Last month, Greece has abolished passenger tracking formsmaking it easier for Britons to travel to the country.
Other European countries have relaxed their Covid rules in recent months.
Last month, France has abandoned its strict Covid vaccination card Requirement, meaning anyone can enter bars, restaurants and cinemas, as well as discarded face masks in public spaces.
And Portugal announced a week later that more Covid rules would be scrapped, including a requirement to wear face masks in most indoor spaces.
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