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UPDATE: Travelers From Germany, Lithuania and Latvia to Do Mandatory COVID-19 Test

UPDATE: Travelers From Germany, Lithuania and Latvia to Do Mandatory COVID-19 Test

Prague Morning

In addition to Germany, Sweden, and Cyprus, also Lithuania and Latvia will be included in the “red” group of countries from Monday, November 16.

Travellers from red countries (both foreign nationals and Czech citizens) must fill in the Public Health Passenger Locator Form prior to entry to the Czech Republic and undergo the PCR test or quarantine after the entry. Exceptions to this requirement are commuters or students who move regularly.

Tavellers from orange countries may enter without the obligation to fill in the Public Health Passenger Locator Form. Those foreign nationals travelling to the Czech Republic for work or study purposes are be obliged to submit a negative PCR test result prior to entry to the workplace or an educational institution in the Czech Republic.

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This applies only to foreign nationals. From Monday, Estonia, Finland, Norway, Iceland, Denmark, Greece, and Ireland will be included in this group.

Travellers from green countries (both foreign nationals and Czech citizens) may enter without the obligation to fill in the Public Health Passenger Locator Form and without the obligation to undergo the PCR test or quarantine.

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Citizens of third countries, meaning of countries outside of the EU+, continue to be banned from entry to the territory of the Czech Republic, apart from the listed exceptions, in accordance with the EU coordinated approach. Conditions for entry and categories of persons that are eligible to entry are regulated by the new Protective Measure. The conditions for entry are found at the MoI website.

The map will be updated once a week.



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