FAQ: COVID19 in Greece

Where can I find up-to-date information on restrictions?

The most up-to-date information on Greek government restrictions in Greekis here: https://covid19.gov.gr/category/proliptika-metra-gia-tin-pandimia/

What should I do if I have symptoms?

Follow the guidelines by the General Secretariat of Civil Protection listed here in multiple languages: https://www.civilprotection.gr/el/koronoios-covid-19-hrisimes-odigies

Or check out this site by EODY (the National Public Health Organization) (in Greek) for more information: https://eody.gov.gr/neos-koronaios-covid-19/

Where can I get tested?

You can access private testing centres (charge is 60-75E per PCR test, or less for Rapid Tests).  An example of a private clinic testing centre in the centre of Athens is: Bioiatriki: https://bioiatriki.gr/koronoios

EODY offers random Rapid Tests around Athens but they are subject to change and availability. Local news outlets may announce this on the day itself.

Can I be vaccinated against COVID?

At this site (in Greek) you can check when you are able to get vaccinated and make an appointment when you qualify, and other related information: https://emvolio.gov.gr/

Should I get a COVID  vaccination if I am breastfeeding? 

Please read more about COVID19 vaccinations and breastfeeding: https://cheering.eu/2021/02/19/faq-covid-19-vaccines-and-breastfeeding/

Where can I get more COVID and vaccination-related information in my language (Farsi, Arabic, etc.)

Please go to ACCMR’s information page on COVID-19 and download the relevant information in the language of your choice (currently available in French, Sorani, Turkish, Arabic, Farsi and Somali).

Link here: https://www.accmr.gr/en/news/1030-covid-19-vaccination-frequently-asked-questions-faq.html?art=1