IMPORTANT NOTE: This information provides a snapshot of the European situation in September 2023. Please note that for more specific and up-to-date information on a single country, it is advisable to contact the local organisations.

Vaccination policies

No mandatory vaccinations.


Children can attend nurseries and nursery schools.


According to Article 2(3) of the Greek Education Law (law 1566/1985 on the structure and function of primary and secondary education), attendance is compulsory in elementary and high schools. Homeschooling is explicitly permitted by Greek law only in the case of children with special needs. The law establishes that, in exceptional cases, education can take place at home with direct supervision and school materials (Article 32, Section 4).

For example, when the attendance of pupils with disabilities and special educational needs in mainstream schools or special autonomous education units (SMEAE) is made particularly difficult due to the type and severity of the disability or disorder, homeschooling could be a solution .

Vaccination schedule

For more information visit the websiteEcdc.

Recognition and compensation for vaccine injuries

Data not yet collected

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We want to thank you EFVV for providing us with the first information on the European situation.

Obligations in Europe

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