Earlier when tourists enter Greece it was necessary to provide a certificate with the date of the last vaccination no more than 7 months ago. Otherwise, a third, booster shot was required. If the “booster” were not, they were considered unvaccinated.
Now, Greece has extended the validity of documents from seven to nine months, that is, the vaccination certificate is valid for two months longer.
Minister of Health Thanos Plevris told Skai TV: “Certificates after the second dose of the vaccine will expire in nine months, and not in seven, as it was before.”
This change was good news for all vaccinated who did not have time to deliver ” “booster” vaccinated, but would like to go to Greece for the Easter holidays. This year, the most important religious holiday in Greece is celebrated on April 24.
Previously, the Canary Islands, which include Tenerife, Lanzarote and Gran Canaria, abandoned all medical and control measures related to COVID-19.