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Change in the scope of provided visa services at the Embassy of the Czech Republic in Yerevan - effective from 23.08.2021

With effect from 23.08.2021 from 00:00, the scope of services provided by the visa department of the Embassy of the Czech Republic in Yerevan will be adjusted in accordance with the current Protective Measure of the Ministry of Health of the Czech Republic.

Any visa can be applied for by persons who are fully vaccinated with one of the vaccines recognized in the EU (= at least 14 days after administration of a second dose, in case of a two-phased vaccine)  and at the same time have been vaccinated with this vaccine in one of the countries whose vaccination certificates the Czech Republic recognizes:

List of recognized vaccines:

AstraZeneca (Vaxzevria)

Moderna (Spikevax)

Pfizer BioNTech (Comirnaty)

Johnson and Johnson (Janssen)



List of countries whose vaccination certificates the Czech Republic recognizes:

- EU Member States

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

When applying for a visa, the applicant will be asked to present a vaccination certificate with a vaccine that is approved by the European Medicines Agency (EMA) or the WHO and must be at least 14 days after application. You will be also ask to confirm that you fulfill the conditions for applying, i.e. that you have been fully vaccinated, by signing DECLARATION (DOCX, 44 KB). Entry into the Czech Republic will be allowed only if the applicant proves a verifiable vaccination certificate upon entry. The issuance of a visa alone does not guarantee entry into the Czech Republic. Before entering the Czech Republic, the applicant must fill in the arrival form. No other criteria apply to a vaccinated visa applicant.