Covid-19 Information for Crete

Please note: From 15 March 2022 onwards, travelers coming to Greece are no longer required to fill out the PLF (Passenger Locator Form).

Greece has various protocols for arrivals by the country of entry, hence if you are arriving from EU, Australia, Canada and USA, and countries from the rest of the world all have different requirements.

We recommend visiting the official government website for the most current update regarding Covid rules in Greece prior to your travel arrangements.

Greece has been one of the least affected countries by the novel coronavirus mainly due to the preventative measures taken early on. Crete has been no exception, as there are only a few cases since the start of the pandemic.

The Greek government has created an interactive map which will show the level of risk around the whole country, which you can use to find out what are the measures and restrictions to the area you are traveling to.

Currently, in Crete, Chania is on Level B, Rethymno on Level B, Heraklion on Level C and Lasithi on Level B. You can click on each Level section below to learn more information about the measures and use of masks.

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