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As of 9 April 2022, entry into the Czech Republic is no longer subject to any special epidemiological conditions to prevent the spread of the disease.


The entry-ban for foreigners from third-countries and the obligation to prove infection-free status have been lifted.

Passenger (arrival) form is not required to enter the Czech Republic. 

Vaccination and a negative covid test are also not required.

Please check also in advance with your airlines and all transit countries for their sanitary regulations (testing for COVID-19, vaccination, face covering, etc.).

Currently, the Czech Embassy does not issue special documents (e.g. National Interest Exceptions for unvaccinated passengers) confirming the eligibility to enter the Czech Republic during the pandemic.

US passport holders are not required to obtain visas to enter the Czech Republic for a short-term non-profit stay (up to 90 days in any 180-day period within the Schengen area).

Your passport should be valid for at least three months after the anticipated date of departure from the territory of Schengen member states.

This means that if you wish to stay the whole period of 90 days in Schengen area, make sure you have at least six-month’s validity remaining on your passport.

Please check with transit countries whether you will be allowed to travel to the Czech Republic and back to the USA.

U.S. Travelers in Europe

Travel back to the United States

Information of the Czech Ministry of Interior


For the above-mentioned reasons, consider carefully your travel plans!

As the situation develops, please consult the content of the article regularly.


COVID-19 testing centers in the Czech Republic (in Czech only)

German Embassy in Washington DC

U.S. Embassy in Prague

LUFTHANSA flight information

CDC Information


The Embassy has resumed visa services. For the visa requirements, please consult the chapter Visa & Consular on our website.