Sick of the rain? Vacations in Greece are now possible with a Dutch vaccination certificate

In want of some vitamin D? From right now on, individuals who have acquired their second corona vaccination will have the ability to journey to Greece with out a adverse PCR-test. All you could benefit from the Greek solar is to supply a vaccination certificates from the GGD or the hospital.

In accordance with the Dutch Ministry of Well being, a vaccination certificates from the GGD or hospital will function “fraud proof” proof of getting acquired a correct vaccination, stories RTL information.

It will be significant that the non-public particulars on the certificates match these of your passport (or one other journey doc). As well as, the certificates ought to state which vaccination you have been administered and embrace the date of vaccination — the second shot needs to be at least 14 days previous.

Modifications to earlier laws

Beforehand, individuals coming from the Netherlands wanted to supply a adverse PCR-test even after being totally vaccinated. The Greek authorities will enable Dutchies to discover its shores regardless of the truth that The Netherlands doesn’t but have an official vaccination passport.

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It is because the Greek authorities now recognises a GGD or Dutch hospital vaccination certificates as carrying official worth.

Not vaccinated however nonetheless need to journey?

In case you are hoping to spend your trip in Greece, however haven’t but been vaccinated, you may nonetheless journey there in the event you can present a adverse PCR-test taken inside the final 72 hours. Individuals who have had corona inside the final 9 months are additionally allowed into Greece.

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