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New Travel Rules Between Israel and the Czech Republic - effective 1.09.2021

The Ministry of Health of the Czech Republic listed the State of Israel among dark red countries - "with a very high risk" of infection of Covid-19 (starting from September 1st, 2021).

NEW: Persons who are fully vaccinated with one of the EU approved vaccines in one of the countries given below can arrive with no additional requirements for any purpose including their non-vaccinated children

1. Fully vaccinated persons (= at least 14 days after administration of a second dose, in case of a two-phased vaccine) with one of the following vaccines:

● AstraZeneca (Vaxzevria)

● Moderna (Spikevax)

● Pfizer BioNTech (Comirnaty)

● Johnson & Johnson (Janssen)

● Covishield


in one of the countries whose vaccination certificate CZE recognizes:

● EU Member States   

● Armenia, Bahrain, Brazil, Chile, Hong Kong, Iceland, Israel, Liechtenstein, Montenegro, North Macedonia, Norway, San Marino, Saudi Arabia, Serbia, Singapore, Switzerland, Turkey, Ukraine, United Kingdom, Uruguay, Vatican


can arrive to the CZE (or apply for any visa - see article on visa services) for any purpose without needing to observe any additional quarantine measures (i.e. no need to get tested or to self-isolate). You will only be required to fill out an Czech arrival entry form before arriving (not necessary for children under the age of six years of age).


In order to be allowed entry as a fully vaccinated person, you will be required to present your VACCINATION CERTIFICATE.


2. Non-vaccinated children of fully vaccinated persons (at stated in point 1) can travel with their parents for any purpose. See quarantine measures for non-vaccinated children below:

a) children under age of 6 - no quarantine measures (i.e. no need to get tested or to self-isolate)

b) children between age of 6 to 12 – need to do the test within 5 days after arrival to the Czech Republic. Until receiving a negative result self-isolation is mandatory

c) children between age of 12 to 18 – PCR test not older than 72 hours before departure, another PCR test not before 5th day after arrival to the Czech Republic and until receiving a negative result duty to be in self-isolation


3. Recovered persons cannot enter the Czech Republic


4. Recovered persons vaccinated with only one dose cannot enter the Czech Republic


For more information, please visit the website of the Ministry of Interior of the Czech Republic.


For arrivals and departures in and from Israel, it is necessary to follow the current rules and regulations; see the indicative links below.


When you arrive in Israel - requirements:

 Information for Travelers Arriving in Israel - Corona Traffic Light Model (Ramzor) Website (health.gov.il)

When you leave Israel - requirements:

Information for Travelers Leaving Israel - Corona Traffic Light Model (Ramzor) Website (health.gov.il)




Rules as of August 23, 2021 153 KB PDF (Adobe Acrobat document) Sep 1, 2021

Rules as of August 23, 2021 155 KB PDF (Adobe Acrobat document) Sep 1, 2021