"When the barcode cannot be displayed, a fine of up to one can be imposed 500 euro"
The confusion caused by the new PLF tracking form, which those who want to travel to Greece are required to fill in the preamble continues to be reflected in the German media……..
The newspaper Die Welt, under the headline "These rules apply to holidaymakers in Greece" notes that "in Greece, all airports on the islands and tourist areas of the mainland have reopened for international flights.. […] However, entry into the country is subject to strict security protocols and is only allowed upon prior declaration.. Doctors perform checks at all airports. Compared to other European countries, Greece has an extremely low rate of coronary heart disease and with these measures it is trying to prevent the spread of the virus through tourism. ".
A related article is also hosted by t-online.de under the title "It simply came to our notice then: Vacationers threatened with fines ". Commenting that "[…] Compulsory e-declaration first causes chaos ". "According to the German Foreign Ministry, when the barcode cannot be displayed, a fine of up to one can be imposed 500 euro. In addition, some airlines refuse to carry passengers who do not have the code. In this case, they cannot start their journey to Greece. ".