Greece has updated its Covid-19 rules for entry into public services, banks, churches, restaurants and bars as part of government efforts to curb the spread of the coronavirus in the country.
Published in the Government Gazette on Saturday, the following measures will be in effect from Monday, January 31:
Citizens can enter public services, banks and churches only after presenting one of the following:
– a valid vaccination certificate
– a recovery certificate or a negative test result (rapid or PCR)
Minors aged 4-17 may alternatively present a negative self-test result.
Entertainment venues (restaurants, cafes and bars) are open only for vaccinated customers or those who have recovered from Covid-19 during the last three months (valid documents of vaccination or recovery must be presented).
Customers must be seated (standing customers are not allowed). A maximum of 6 people may sit at a table. Wearing a mask is mandatory during arrival, departure and when moving around a venue.
The use of increased protection masks (KN95/FFP2) or double masks (surgical and fabric) is mandatory for workers in F&B establishments.
Musicians must maintain distances of at least 1m from each other.
Singers and professional dancers must remain on stage during their performance and not mingle with the audience.