Criminals along the Greek border are allegedly selling fake medical certificates showing a negative result for the Wuhan coronavirus to those travelling to Greece.
The criminals are reportedly selling the fake documents for as much as €30 to €40 (£27-£36/$34-$46) to those who wish to cross the border into Greece from Balkan countries.
The discovery of the fake medical certifications came after inspections by local authorities in the village of Promachonas, located near the Bulgarian border, Greek newspaper Proto Thema reports.
Following the revelations, Greek authorities have decided to only accept medical certificates from 100 certified medical institutions in the Balkan region.
According to infectious disease specialist Charalambos Gogos, consideration is also being made to test visitors even if they have a certificate.