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Hello

We are coming to Pefkos next week, we have been before and we love it there!

I have filled out my PLF form and got confirmation , all good, but I am concerned as it clearly says only one form per household - and asks me to add anyone who is family to the form (but is a partner I am not married to classed as family)? However to add a non family it assumes they are not the same household, so I am confused!

We are both double vaccinated (25/5/21 so past two weeks by our arrive to Rhodes) and it only asked for my details of vaccination, and only my passport , that concerns me - how do they know whether my partner is also double vaccinated , or bringing a PCR test etc, or will they just ask him (both of us ) on arrival? We both have the NHS App on our phones which confirms our double vaccination so it is easy to show, my concern is that it hasn't asked anything about him , just me as the main form filler!

Thank you and sorry to bother you!

We can't wait to come, we have booked all the ridiculous tests we need to return home - yes ridiculous as we are double vaccinated and Greece welcomes us, but sadly our vaccines are irrelevant when returning to the UK, but we have paid for the tests, all ready and can't wait to come !

Thank you for reading and sorry to be a nuisance.

Kind regards

Tracey
 

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Hi Tracey Jane,

Thanks so much for stopping by WorldwideGreeks.com and your post!

Based on how you described this, I would say household should work fine and not to worry about it. Just to be safe, I would recommend asking your question to the source that you received this paperwork (was it in the EU, Greece or local in Rhodes).

Enjoy your trip to Greece and thanks again!
 
Hi Tracey Jane,

Thanks so much for stopping by WorldwideGreeks.com and your post!

Based on how you described this, I would say household should work fine and not to worry about it. Just to be safe, I would recommend asking your question to the source that you received this paperwork (was it in the EU, Greece or local in Rhodes).

Enjoy your trip to Greece and thanks again!
Hi

Thank.you for your response. I did the PLF via gov.gr. I will see if I can find how to message them and ask. It may be that the form my partner did can be cancelled.

Tracey
 

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