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Greece extends restrictions on international flights till April 19

Greece extends restrictions on international flights till April 19

Greece has now announced that it will be extending restrictions on domestic flights until April 12, whereas restrictions on international flights will remain in place till April 19. This announcement comes in the wake of surging cases of new COVID-19 variants across the world. As per the restrictions, all those flying to Greece must have a negative PCR test report, which they had undergone 72 hours before arrival, and will also have to undergo random testing for COVID-19.

Reportedly, all foreign travellers will have to undergo quarantine for seven days. Reports have it that Israeli travellers who have been fully vaccinated at least two weeks before travel, will not be required to undergo quarantine, as per a bilateral agreement between…

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