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Effective from October 5th, 2020 the Government of the Czech Republic approved the declaration of the state of emergency in the whole territory of the Czech Republic. See the current restriction in the Czech Republic.

Entry into the territory of the Czech Republic

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The rules for entering the territory of the Czech Republic and quarantine measures are defined by the Ministry of Health. more ►

Conditions for entry to the Czech Republic - as of 30 January non-essential travels banned

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As of 30 January 2021 travelling to the Czech Republic for other than essential reasons is banned, regardless of which country you are travelling from. The non-essential travel ban is based on Resolution of the Government of the Czech Republic… more ►

Czech Cabinet Extends State of Emergency until 12 December 2020.

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The state of emergency in the Czech Republic will for now be extended until 12 December 2020. Acting based on prior approval given by the Chamber of Deputies, Andrej Babiš's Cabinet imposed the extension during an extraordinary session held on… more ►

Czech Republic CRISIS MEASURE: Only essential travel possible

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Due to the critical epidemiological situation, the Czech Republic has instituted a crisis measure banning free movement of persons on the territory of the Czech Republic, effective October 22. State of emergency in the Czech Republic to remain… more ►

Czech government decides to further tighten preventive measures against the spread of Covid-19

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As of Thursday, further, stricter preventive measures against the spread of the SARS-CoV-2 coronavirus will come into force in the Czech Republic. Based on unfavourable growth numbers for the Covid-19 disease, the government of Andrej Babiš… more ►

Czech Republic: Important COVID-19 measures for foreigners

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Important information regarded covid-19 measures for people coming to the Czech Republic can be found on the website of the Czech Governement. more ►

The government has declared a state of emergency in the Czech Republic starting on October 5, with restrictions on mass-attendance events

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On Monday 5 October 2020 the Czech Republic will come under a state of emergency. Andrej Babiš’s government made the decision at an extraordinary session on Wednesday 30 September 2020. Monday will also mark the start of a crisis measure… more ►

COVID-19: An overview of the epidemiological situation in the Czech Republic

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A system that marks the individual districts according to the degree of COVID-19 contagion has been launched in the Czech Republic. The system is divided into four alert levels – white, green, yellow and red, known as the traffic light.… more ►

As of July 1st, 2020 submitting visa and residence permit applications fully resumed

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Diplomatic mission in Brussels has fully resumed acceptance of visa and residence permit applications and has resumed processing of previously lodged applications. more ►

Czech Government Loosens Travel Restrictions

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The Government of the Czech Republic has taken the following measures due to coronavirus proliferation during its meeting on 25 May 2020: more ►

The State of Emergency in the Czech republic ended on 17 May

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A 30-day state of emergency was declared as of 12 March. This state of emergency was later extended until 30 April 2020. The state of emergency was subsequently extended until 17 May 2020. more ►

New Government measures easing Czech lockdown (as of 11 May 2020)

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The Government of the Czech Republic has taken the following measures due to coronavirus proliferation during its meeting on 11 May 2020: more ►

Czech government approves further proposals to help businesses, from 11 May cross-border passenger transportation to resume

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The Government of the Czech Republic has taken the following measures due to coronavirus proliferation during its meeting on 4 May 2020: more ►

Stay of Foreign Nationals after the End of State of Emergency

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● All foreign nationals can stay in the Czech Republic for additional 60 days after the end of the state of emergency – that is until July 17, 2020. ● This option concerns all foreign nationals, i.e. both those who need visas /… more ►

Czech government has approved the partial relaxation of certain measures from Monday 20 April

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The Government of the Czech Republic has taken the following measures due to coronavirus proliferation during its meeting on 17 April 2020. more ►

Exceptions from the prohibition of travel outside and into the territory of the Czech Republic

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The Ministry of the Interior of the Czech Republic published the actual and valid rules and exceptions for Czech citizens and foreigners who plan to travel outside and into the territory of the Czech Republic. The respective documents can be… more ►

Covid-19: Obligations for persons returning to the Czech Republic

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Effective from 7 April 2020, the Czech Government imposed an obligation on all persons repatriating in the Czech Republic to notify in advance the date and method of repatriation. The duty to notify is incumbent on the embassy competent for the… more ►

Rules of entry into the Czech Republic for foreigners during the state of emergency. New obligations valid as of 5 April 2020

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From March 16th, 2020 until the end of the state of emergency, the ban to travel from the Czech Republic is applied on citizens of the Czech Republic. Foreigners residing in the Czech Republic with temporary residence over 90 days or permanent… more ►

Restrictions on free public movement will apply at least until April 11, 2020

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The Czech government has prolonged the limitations on free movement of people across the country over the coronavirus pandemic until April 11. At its session on Monday, 6 April, the Czech government set about partly relaxing its stringent… more ►

New line 1710 for medical consultations in Brussels

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The new number 1710 is intended for people from Brussels who do not have a general practitioner (GP) and who want medical advice about their state of health, in the context of the current pandemic of the coronavirus. more ►