Greece Switzerland to relax all COVID-19 restrictions in May: Reports

Greece and Switzerland are the two of the most recent nations that made the announcement that they would relax all of the rules and regulations against the COVID-19 infection in the month of May.

The authorities of the two nations declared that they would live all of the measures on May 2, as per the sources.

Moreover, the Greek Minister of Health named, Thanos Plevris, mentioned in the statement that Greece would no longer apply the entry apply entry rules to incoming travelers.

As per the Minister, all the travelers, regardless if they are reaching Greece from the European Union of the third nations, will no longer be needed to present a valid vaccination, recovery, or the test certificate upon their arrival.

Along with this, this means that all the travelers, even those who have not been vaccinated or recovered from the virus and those who do not hold a COVID-19 test, will be permitted restriction-free entry to Greece for all kinds of purposes.

The authorities of Switzerland have made the announcement that all the people travelling from the entire nation the world will soon be able to enter Switzerland without being needed to follow any entry rules.

On the other hand, Switzerland’s State Secreterail for Migration stated that as soon as the measures get dropped, all travelers, regardless of their nation of origin, will no longer be needed to provide any COVID-19 proof upon their arrival in Switzerland.

Meanwhile, the authorities highlighted that from May 2, the incoming travelers with only be required to follow other border rules, such as holding a valid passport or a visa, if such a requirement applies to them.

Furthermore, the decision of Greece as well as Switzerland to ease up all of the COVID-19 entry restrictions that follow the low infection rates and the high vaccination rates.

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