Greece will introduce a PCR test as of 17 August for Dutch people who want to travel to the country, according to various sources. The decision follows an increase in the number of new infections in Greece. The test should not be older than 72 hours.
Greece is a popular holiday destination for the Dutch. In 2019, more than 900,000 people went to Greece. More information about traveling to Greece can be found on Nederlandwereldwereld.nl.
There are now dozens of countries that have introduced a negative PCR test as part of the entry restriction. Coronalab performs the PCR test for travelers who want to go abroad. The results are available the same day. Thousands of travelers have already crossed the border with the PCR certificate.