No COVID test requirement for entry to Greece, Kyrgyzstan
The two countries have eased travel restrictions imposed to curb the spread of the coronavirus pandemic, the national flag-carrier company said on its social media accounts.
“There is no requirement to show a vaccination card or a PCR result test during entry to these countries,” it said.
Italy and Greece relaxed some COVID-19 restrictions on May 1 before Europe’s peak summer tourist season, in a sign that life was increasingly returning to normal.
Greece’s civil aviation authority announced that it was lifting all COVID-19 rules for international and domestic flights except for the wearing of face masks during flights and at airports. Previously, air travelers were required to show proof of vaccination, a negative test or a recent recovery from the disease.
As of May 1, visitors to Italy no longer have to fill out the EU passenger locator form, a complicated online ordeal required at airport check-in.