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BBC News: Greek islands aim to go 'Covid-free' to welcome back tourists - BBC News.
 
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BBC News: Greek islands aim to go 'Covid-free' to welcome back tourists - BBC News.
This video just makes me want to right back to Greece...I miss it so much
 
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Why is Zakynthos called Zante sometimes?

I've always wondered this about this beautiful island

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Requirements for traveling to Greece

According to greekcitytimes.com, these are the requirements for traveling to Greece
  • Display a negative molecular test (PCR) for COVID-19, taken up to 72 hours before the scheduled flight.
  • Present an official vaccination certificate in English, French, German, Italian, Spanish, or Russian, proving that travelers have completed their vaccination for Covid-19 at least 14 days before the scheduled flight. The vaccination certificate must include the name of the person, the type of vaccine given, the number of doses & inoculation dates.
  • Present proof of recovery from Covid-19, valid as of 2 months after positive test result (PCR or Rapid Antigen test) up to nine (9) months before travel.
Upon arrival, all passengers will be subject to random obligatory Covid-19 tests.

Ikaria is the best place to visit to avoid crowds during Covid

Maintaining a safe distance is really important in Greece because Greeks don't have an amazing health care system and the population is really old. I only recommend visiting Greece if you're vaccinated and planning on staying very safe, wearing your mask, and social distancing. Ikaria is a beautiful island that's very unique. It's considered a "blue zone". You can read more about it here https://www.bluezones.com/exploration/ikaria-greece/

Greece updated Travel rules,Allows entry to Digital Covid Certificate Holders

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