Greece’s tourism minister has confirmed Brits will be able to travel to the country this summer irrespective of whether they have been vaccinated against Covid-19 or not.
Haris Theoharis confirmed to ITV News on Wednesday (24 February) there would be no self-isolation requirement for those looking to head to Greece this summer, with vaccination and pre-departure testing likely to be considered sufficient to mitigate the risk posed by Covid-19.
“We feel vaccination means someone with the required certificates, which will be issued by the government, will mean you don’t need to have a negative test before the flight,” said Theoharis.
“But it doesn’t mean only vaccinated people can travel. We still have the option of a negative test for those who haven’t had a vaccine.”