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Travel to the Czech Republic

EU+ citizens are allowed to travel into the Czech Republic for any purpose including tourism.
From Monday 25.10.2021 Cyprus moves to the group of "red" countries.
From 27.10.2021 no epidemiologic measures are further applied to children in the age group 0-12 years.
The obligation of self-isolation after entering the territory was lifted.
 

EU+ citizens are allowed to travel into the Czech Republic for any purpose including tourism.

It is not necessary to wear respiratory protection outdoors - protection is only necessary when meeting two or more people less than two meters apart, unless they are members of the same household.

The obligation to cover the airways with respirators with a protection class of at least FFP2  in all interiors of buildings, in all means of public transport, with a few exceptions.

It is necessary to wear the given respiratory protection outdoors, if there is an accumulation of persons in the given area (concerts, sports matches, etc.) and several other situations.

All stores are open. Restaurants are open - the condition for entry is completed vaccination at least 14 days ago, test for covid-19 (antigen not older than 3 days, PCR not older than 7 days) or  proof of recovery from covid-19 in the last 180 days.

Travellers from Cyprus (public transport - red countries):

Please note that the rules of entry into the Czech Republic may differ from the rules of an air carrier for boarding an aircraft. Therefore, please always check the rules of the airline before departure.

Protective measure of the Ministry of Healthcare against SARS-CoV-2

1. BEFORE YOU TRAVEL, FILL OUT A FORM FOR HYGIENIC STATION → www.prijezdovyformular.cz (Public Health Passenger Locator Form)

Manual for filling-up the Passenger Locator Form

Accompanying adults fill out the form for children in age between 12 and 18 .

Children younger than 12 years old are exempted from the obligation to fill up PLF.

2. PREPARE A CONFIRMATION FOR PASSPORT CONTROL OR CONTROL DURING YOUR STAY

Once you fill out and submit the form, you will receive a confirmation e-mail. You may either print out the confirmation or display it on your mobile. The confirmation e-mail will contain a QR code that will display an on-line version of the confirmation. You will be asked to show this confirmation when passing through the passport control. Do keep the confirmation on you while in the Czech Republic – you may be asked to show it in case of control.  

3. IF YOU ARE FULLY VACCINATED AGAINST COVID-19

If you are fully vaccinated in EU+ country - You must hold  "EU Green Certificate“ (EUDCC - EU Digital Covid Certificate) or to have a national certificate of the and your vaccination must be completed 14 days before departure.

If you are Czech citizen or the citizen of EU+ country vaccinated in third country - with the EMA approved vaccination after at least 14 days from the application of the last dose (it is necessary to have a certificate whose sample is published on the Ministry of Health´s website).

You don´t need to get tested.

4. IF YOU ARE RECOVERED FROM COVID

You must presents a confirmation (in English) issued by a physician based in CZE or elsewhere in the EU stating that you do not currently show COVID-19 symptoms + you have already contracted COVID-19 in the past + you have self-quarantined after being positively tested for COVID-19 + you have been positively tested for COVID-19 between 11 to 180 days from first positive test.

You don´t need to get tested.

5. IF YOU ARE NOT VACCINATED OR RECOVERED FROM COVID-19 - GET TESTED  

- You must be in possession of a negative RT-PCR test result for establishing the presence of the SARS-CoV-2 virus  (valid for 72 hours) prior to entering and another negative RT-PCR test between 5th - 7th day after arrival to the Czech Republic.                                                                              

- You don't have to self-isolate until receiving a negative result.

- It is necessary to wear a FFP2 respirator or its equivalent until receiving a negative result of a test.

- Children younger than 12 years old are exempted from the obligation to undergo any tests.

 

Other information are described on the web page of the Ministry of Inferior.

Measures adopted by the Czech Government against the coronavirus

Ministry of Health

Entry into the territory of the Czech Republic.

Measures adopted by the Czech Government against the coronavirus

We remind everybody arriving to the Czech Republic to become familiar with the arrival quarantine measures.

Other relevant information could be find at the webpages of the

the Ministry of Interior of the Czech Republic

the Ministry of Health of the Czech Republic

the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Czech Republic

The list and map of laboratories providing the PCR tests