Covid-19 Passenger Information Form for Travel to Greece
Passengers arriving to Greece from specific countries are required to complete a COVID-19 Passenger Information Form.
The form must be filled out by passengers arriving from Albania, Belgium, France, Italy, Netherlands, North Macedonia, Portugal, Spain and Sweden. Travelers from other non-EU countries will also have to fill out the form.
Passengers are required to provide personal contact details, an address for where they will be staying in Greece as well as the country of first departure.
The information provided will help the direct response of the Greek authorities if necessary. “Your personal information will be treated as confidential under the provisions of GDPR national compliance and will be processed for the public interest and to protect public health from COVID-19,” the form says.
Click on the photo below to download and print the form.
I made a mistake on the form,I did not add my husband’s details ,I have an submitted it.It will not allow me to fill it out again .When I contacted customer service I was given a Greek number to phone ,and couldn’t get through what do I do.
you should have received a confirmation email.
Open the link on your smartphone – access your dashboard – modify the form by clicking on the pencil.
you could also do it on your PC by creating/connecting to your account
I dont have a 4G phone. How do i get my code
The online form wouldn’t accept my London postcode.
What shall I do?
I have tried dozens of times to complete a PLF online to obtain a QR code which I am told is now required before I enter the country on 18 July. All I get is error code 403.None of the links seem to work via the airline or via this site or via the official greek government site https://travel.gov.gr/#/form . Any ideas welcomed.
You have to fill it while you use 4G on your mobile, it doesn’ work while in wifi
I am traveling from USA to Greece. What other forms I have to complete?
Vale anche per arriveranno in nave dal 1 luglio?
And where does that leave UK passengers arriving via Italy on a car ferry?
Having read the official information on the PLF, Italy would be classed as in transit, so you are fine.