The deadline for those citizens who have not yet been vaccinated with the third dose against coronavirus is approaching, as by 1 February will be considered unvaccinated.
According to what was previously announced by the Minister of Health Thanos Plevris, from the first day of February the context changes and the citizens who have taken the third dose will be considered vaccinated - the maximum- 7 months after the second dose.
Minutes, this means that those who have not taken the third dose in less than 7 months will be considered unvaccinated, losing the privileges they have to date for indoor spaces, the focus, entertainment and so on.
870.000 citizens have not yet made an appointment for a third installment
In fact, according to the government spokesman, Giannis Oikonomou, in yesterday's update, 870.000 citizens, have not made an appointment yet, although they are beneficiaries of the third installment, number too large.
That means they 870.000 citizens, unless they are in a hurry to make an appointment and get vaccinated, from February 1 lose the "privileges" of the vaccinated and will be considered unvaccinated.
Who will be considered vaccinated after February 1
According to the new JMC, fully vaccinated are considered:
a) those who have completed at least fourteen years ago (14) vaccination for COVID-19 coronavirus and demonstrate a vaccination certificate with simultaneous identification of the holder and
b) those who have completed at least fourteen years ago (14) days of COVID-19 coronavirus vaccination with one (1) vaccine dose due to COVID-19 coronavirus disease and demonstrate a certificate of complete coverage - recovery and vaccination with simultaneous identification of the holder.
Especially for those who have reached the age of sixty and a period of at least seven has elapsed (7) months after the second dose or, in the case of single-dose vaccines, from the administration of the single dose, Those who have received the booster dose are considered fully vaccinated.
From the 1st.2.2022, and without the age restriction of the previous paragraph, those who have been vaccinated and at least seven have elapsed (7) months after the second dose or, in the case of single-dose vaccines, from the administration of the single dose, are considered fully vaccinated if they have also received the booster dose.
The above certificates are displayed either printed from the digital platform www.gov.gr or electronically through the mobile device of the individual or through the special application of the article 182 of n. 4876/2021 (Α΄ 251), after storing them on the individual's mobile device, which the competent official, the owner or legal representative of the respective business, the employer or the authorized person scans electronically through the special application of the article 33 of n. 4816/2021 (Α΄ 118) Covid Free GR, by scanning the QR code they carry, with simultaneous identity check of the holder. The identity check can also be performed by simply displaying the identification information that the person has stored digitally, in the form of a document, on his mobile device through the special application of the article 182 of n. 4876/2021. The verification of the above data can be done by the persons of the fourth paragraph through the special electronic application COVID Free GR of the article 33 of n. 4816/2021, by scanning the QR code of the document. Alternatively, provided that the above certificates are presented by a foreigner from a third country (outside the European Union), the persons of the previous paragraph check these certificates in paper form with simultaneous verification of the identity of the holder.
Where they will not have access from 01/02 those who have not taken the third dose
According, Well, with the new JMC, those who have not had a third dose of the vaccine by 1 February, will not have access to:
- indoor dining areas
Where they can access by PCR or rapid test
Alongside, the places they will be allowed access to, upon demonstration of negative PCR or rapid test the following:
- retail stores
- open (external) dining areas
- private and public workplaces
- beauty service providers and others with related activities
- places of worship