People coming to the Czech Republic from France and Ireland will have to submit their negative coronavirus tests to be let in the country as of Monday (January 11) because the two countries will again become red on the traffic lights travel map, the Health Ministry announced in a press release on Friday, January 8.
On the contrary, people coming from Belgium, Bulgaria, and Hungary will not need to have a negative test anymore as these countries moved from the red to the orange level.
Travellers from red countries (including Czech citizens and foreign nationals) must complete an arrival form and show a negative PCR test (done either abroad or in the country), or undergo quarantine upon entering the Czech Republic.
Travellers from orange countries may arrive without completing an arrival form. However, foreigners who are coming for work or to study must present a negative PCR test before going to their workplace or the educational institution.
The above information relates ONLY to entry into the territory of the Czech Republic.
Health Ministry reported 13,029 new cases on Friday. There are actually 155,730 people infected in the country.