Covid-19: Rapid tests required for those entering Greece through Kulata-Promachonas border checkpoint with Bulgaria
In relation to the complicated epidemiological situation, as of November 20, additional measures are introduced at the Kulata-Promachonas border checkpoint , Bulgaria’s border police announced.
The existing requirements for entry remain in place, according to which Greece is admitting only Greek citizens and foreigners with permanent residence, as well as people travelling for work or humanitarian reasons.
In addition to the requirement for presenting a negative PCR test and a QR code, those who want to enter Greece will now also undergo a rapid test for Covid-19. The PCR test is required to have been done no earlier than 72 hours before entry to Greece.
In the event of a positive rapid test, Greek citizens and foreigners with permanent residence will be admitted to the country but placed in 14-day quarantine. All others will not be allowed to enter the country.
The new measures do not apply to lorry drivers.