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Denmark is in the red category from December 21, 2020

Based on available data from the European Center for Disease Prevention and Control (ECDC), the Ministry of Health of the Czech Republic has updated the list of countries with a low risk of infection. From Monday, December 21, Denmark will be removed from the list and passengers will be obliged to undergo a PCR test or quarantine upon their return, as well as to fill in an arrival form.

Passengers who have spent more than 12 hours in Denmark in the last 14 days are required to fill in an public health passenger locator form before returning to the Czech Republic. Within 5 days of entering the territory of the Czech Republic, the person must undergo a PCR test and the result must be submitted within 7 days of arrival to the relevant regional hygienic station. Upon return, it is also possible to submit the result of a PCR test from any EU country, which must not be older than 72 hours.

This obligation does not apply to persons under 5 years of age.