All land traffic between Bulgaria and Greece is restricted to the Kulata-Promachonas border crossing until July 15, according to Bulgaria’s Ministry of Foreign Affairs. The reason behind the restriction is that Greece is introducing the electronic Passenger Locator Form to record those travelling into the country.
Random tests will be carried out to detect COVID-19 infection. The person tested must wait for the result for 24 hours while being self-isolated, staying at the address declared in the electronic form.
All other general prevention measures remain mandatory: wearing a mask, disinfecting the hands and maintaining social distancing.
Also, the Greek authorities may change the conditions of entry on national territory without any notice, depending on the number of new COVID-19 cases.