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INFORMATION – entry to the Czech Republic for foreigners for other than essential reasons is banned

Following the worsening of the epidemiological situation in the Czech Republic, travelling to the Czech Republic for other than essential reasons is banned. Restrictions on the free movement of persons within the territory of the Czech Republic have been re-introduced.

Foreigners  may travel to the Czech Republic only for essential reasons. The non-essential travel ban (such as tourism or visiting friends) is based on Ministry of Health Protective Measure.  This restriction does not apply to the Czech citizens.

Essential travelling  stated by the Ministry of Health Protective Measure includes: travel to work and business or other similar activities, provision of care for children, relatives or animals, essential travel to health and social facilities services, including the necessary escort of relatives and close relatives, trips to deal with urgent official or emergency matters, including the provision of necessary escorts of relatives and close relatives, attendance of funerals, travels to participate in education, including internships and examinations, participation in authorized gatherings, trips to one’s place of residence.

Information on travelling to the Czech Republic and obligation can you find here.

Arrival and Quarantine meassures for travelling to the Czech Republic can you find here.

More information  can be found on the web pages of the Ministry of Interior.

The Visa section of the Consulate General in Sydney, in terms of the possibility of submitting the visa and residency permits,  is limited. In case a visa/residency permit needs to be submitted, please contact the visa section of the Consulate on visa_sydney@mzv.cz.