Greece lifts flights restrictions with Albania – Passengers must be subject to 7-day quarantine
Greek authorities in April postponed the restrictions on movement on the land border with Albania, allowing to Greece only the movement at Kakavija Point, but on the other hand, the Greek Civil Aviation Authority lifted the restrictions on air flights with Albania.
Greek border police notified the Albanian side on Monday of the extension of the deadline for blocking the Kapshtica Border Crossing Point, until April 5.
According to the Greek police, the exit from Albania and the entrance to Greece through this crossing point will continue to be closed, while the exit from Greece and the entrance to Albania will be allowed from 6 o’clock in the morning until 22 o’clock in the evening for all citizens. and vehicle categories but in the meantime Greece has lifted restrictions on flights from Albania, Turkey and northern Macedonia.
According to the Greek Civil Aviation Authority, all passengers arriving from abroad will be subject to a 7-day quarantine at home and international passengers at the points of arrival must submit a “COVID-19” test with a negative result, completed within 72 hours of arrival. Theirs.
According to the Greek Aviation Authority, international passengers will be checked upon arrival and in case the tests find a positive passenger, the quarantine will be valid for 14 days. (VOA)
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