Covid 19 Virus 2

 

 

Useful information on movement from Greece to Albania according to current measures to limit COVID-19

    • Actions before travel from Saranda Port (Albania) to Corfu Port (Greece)
      • Issuance of PLF (Passenger Locator Form) from the official website of the Ministry (https://travel.gov.gr/#/) at least 2 hours before the time of departure.
      • Vaccination Certificate or Covid Illness Certificate or Negative molecular control test (PCR) or negative Rapid Test. (Mandatory for travelers over 12 years old).
      • The duration of validity of Covid Illness Certificate is 180 days and therefore must be presented in this time period.
      • The duration of validity of the PCR molecular test is 72 hours and therefore must be presented in this time period.
      • The duration of validity of the Rapid Test is 48 hours and therefore must be presented in this time period.
      • Penalty for non conformity : 5.000 euro per person and kick back to Albania

 

    • Actions before travel from Corfu Port (Greece) to Saranda Port (Albania)
      • Vaccination Certificate or Covid Illness Certificate or Negative molecular control test (PCR) or negative Rapid Test. (Mandatory for travelers over 6 years old).
      • The duration of validity of Covid Illness Certificate is 180 days and therefore must be presented in this time period.
      • The duration of validity of the PCR molecular test is 72 hours and therefore must be presented in this time period.
      • The duration of validity of the Rapid Test is 48 hours and therefore must be presented in this time period.
      • Penalty for non conformity : 10 days Isolation

 

More information

  1. The above documents  a)PLF,  b) Vaccination Certificate or Covid Illness Certificate or Negative molecular control test (PCR) or negative Rapid Test and the passport will be presented during the check-in at the embarkation and during the check at the Border Station in Corfu Port upon the arrival.
  2. The above documents Vaccination Certificate or Covid Illness Certificate or Negative molecular control test (PCR) or negative Rapid Test and the passport will be presented during the check-in at the embarkation and during the check at the Border Station in Saranda Port upon the arrival.
  3. On the arrival at the port of Corfu is performed by the Greek health Rapid Test for the 70% of the passengers.
  4. In case of a possitive Rapid Test and a possitive PCR Test at the port of Corfu, 10 days Self-isolation is mandatory at a specific hotel in Corfu island.
  5. Masks must be worn on board by both passengers and crew.

 

Caution
The author is relieved of the responsibility for the correctness of the above information, which should, in any case, be verified by the official websites and telephone numbers of the Ministries of Foreign Affairs of the two countries. Before the start of the transfer, it is necessary to contact the Kakavia Border Station for any requirement of additional supporting documents on a case by case basis and any changes in the current legislation.

 

Useful links

https://ec.europa.eu/info/live-work-travel-eu/coronavirus-response/travel-during-coronavirus-pandemic_en

https://travel.gov.gr/#/

https://www.aade.gr/bebaiosi-katoikias-eidikis-hrisis

https://www.aade.gr/polites/eisodima/dilosi-forologias-eisodimatos-fp-e1-e2-e3

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