Kefalonia news: information about important events, COVID-19 situation in Kefalonia

Like any other country, Greece has certain restrictions to minimize the risk of COVID-19 and its modifications. You can learn the rules that currently apply in Greece to restaurants, shops, travel, etc. visiting this website https://greecehealthfirst.gr/ .
If you need to perform a PCR test for COVID-19 in Kefalonia, you can contact the laboratories that offer this service.
Depending on the kind of test, the type of test certificate and other factors, the price varies from about 60 to 120 euros.
One of the laboratories in Kefalonia, according to its manager, has all the necessary equipment to get the test result on the spot, in its own laboratory, without samples sending to Athens.
In this laboratory you can take the following tests:
Fit2Fly U.K. - RT-qPCR test - 120 euros;
Fit2Fly EU. Corona RT-PCR test for most European Destinations - 90 euros;
Certified clinical antigen test - 40 euros.
The company also offers discounts for families, testing packages and other related service.
Please note: prices are indicated for the beginning of the summer season 2021 and are subject to change.
You can check the prices by visiting the laboratory website  https://www.kefaloniancoronatestcentre.com/ . There you can also register for a PCR test in Kefalonia or other tests.
Tests can also be taken at https://bioanalysislaboratory.gr/el/ergastirio-argostoliou and other certificated centers.
In March 2021, about 55 people tested positive for the COVID-19 coronavirus in Kefalonia.
The vaccination process for Kefalonians is actively ongoing.
Information according to local press reports.
The number of vaccinated in Kefalonia at the beginning of March 2021 has already exceeded 4,000 people. The vaccination process is actively ongoing.
In February 2021, approximately 45 people tested positive for coronavirus COVID-19.
Information according to the local press.
Kefalonia remains in the green zone with only few cases of coronavirus COVID-19 reported in January and February 2021.
Active testing is underway on the island, the results of which will be announced later.
The first doses of vaccine from COVID-19 have arrived to Kefalonia and the vaccination process has begun.
Information according to the local press.
We are pleased to announce that in December 2020, no cases of COVID-19 coronavirus were reported in Kefalonia. Only today, the press reported that 2 tests for coronavirus were positive.
Greece is preparing for vaccination, medical staff is being trained. It is not yet known when the residents of Kefalonia will be vaccinated, but the relevant specialists are also being trained.

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