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Total doses
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18.5M
People fully
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Movement Restrictions:

20.09.2022

Latest measure (MZDR 20599/2021-83/MIN/KAN) regarding arrival to CZ from countries with 'medium; high and very high risk' of COVID-19. Medium risk countries: requirement to fill in and submit an online arrival form and have a confirmation of a negative antigen test (valid 24 hours) or RT-PCR test (valid 72 hours). High risk countries: requirement to fill in and submit an online arrival form; have a confirmation of a negative antigen test (valid 24 hours) or RT-PCR test (valid 72 hours) and 'within 5 days of arrival' undertake (at own expense) a RT-PCR (quarantine mandatory prior to receipt of the test result). Very high risk countries: requirement to fill in and submit an online arrival form; have a confirmation of a negative RT-PCR test (valid 72 hours) and 'at earliest 5 days after arrival' undertake (at own expense) a RT-PCR (quarantine mandatory prior to receipt of the test result).; 01/07/2021 A foreigner detained by the police pursuant according to Section 27 of Act No. 273/2008 Sb. or 326/1999 Sb. undergo a PCR test. Extreme risk countries: requirement to fill in and submit an online arrival form; have a confirmation of a negative RT-PCR test (which will be performed within 24 hours of entry into the territory of the Czech Republic).; 01/07/2021 All travellers with symptoms of infectious disease entering the Czech Republic; must contact a general practitioner and undergo a health check at the border.; 09/07/2021 Medium risk countries: requirement to fill in and submit an online arrival form and have a confirmation of a negative antigen test (valid 24 hours) or RT-PCR test (valid 72 hours). All travellers with symptoms of infectious disease entering the Czech Republic; must contact a general practitioner and undergo a health check at the border.; 19/07/2021 When arriving from high risk countries; travellers must fill in the arrival form and undergo a RT-PCR test for COVID-19.; 11/09/2021 When arriving from low risk or medium risk countries; travellers must fill in the arrival form. When arriving from high risk countries; travellers must fill in the arrival form and undergo a RT-PCR test for COVID-19.; 27/10/2021 When arriving from low risk or medium risk countries; travellers a) must fill in the arrival form; b) undergo RT-PCR or RAT testing before entering the territory or no later than 5 days after entering the territory of the Czech Republic; c) present; upon request; at the border or residence check; proof of completion of the Arrival Form or written proof that the person concerned is covered by the exemption. When arriving from high risk and very high risk a) before entering the territory of the Czech Republic; fill in the Arrival Form; b) have the result of a RT-PCR test before entering the territory of the Czech Republic; c) upon request; at the border or residence check; present proof of completion of the Arrival Form; the result of the test for the presence of SARS-CoV-2 virus or written proof that the person is covered by the exemption d) to undergo an RT-PCR test between 5 and 7 days after entry into the territory of the Czech Republic; e) always wear a respirator or similar device (without exhalation valve) when leaving the place of residence or accommodation.; 27/12/2021 When arriving from low risk or medium risk countries; travellers a) must fill in the arrival form; b) undergo RT-PCR testing before entering the territory; c) undergo a PCR test between 5th and 7th day after entering the territory of the Czech Republic; d) present; upon request; at the border or residence check; proof of completion of the Arrival Form or written proof that the person concerned is covered by the exemption; e) always wear a respirator or similar device (without exhalation valve) when leaving the place of residence or accommodation. When arriving from high risk and very high risk a) before entering the territory of the Czech Republic; fill in the Arrival Form; b) have the result of a RT-PCR test before entering the territory of the Czech Republic; c) upon request; at the border or residence check; present proof of completion of the Arrival Form; the result of the test for the presence of SARS-CoV-2 virus or written proof that the person is covered by the exemption d) to undergo a RT-PCR test between 5th and 7th day after entry into the territory of the Czech Republic; unless the public health protection authority exceptionally decides otherwise; e) always wear a respirator or similar device (without exhalation valve) when leaving the place of residence or accommodation.;15/02/2022 When arriving from risky places; fill in the arrival form and undergo the RT-PCR test for COVID-19 at your own expense.; 25/02/2022 Citizens of Ukraine; EU (incl. the Czech Republic) and persons transiting via the Czech Republic to their countries of citizenship or residence have neither to fill out the Passenger Locator Form nor to prove their vaccination or negative test result.; 09/04/2022: The Czech Republic has suspended all COVID-19 related entry restrictions for travellers.

20.09.2022

The Czech Ministry of Health launched an online form mandatory for travellers arriving in the Czech Republic from all countries not featuring on the 'safe countries list' (the link to the portal is https://plf.uzis.cz/). Filling in the online form is mandatory to all travellers from at risk countries; failure to provide the filled in form can result in the passenger being prevented to onboard the flight. Visa applications and temporary and permanent stays in the Czech Republic are not accepted (measure MoH 20599/2021-83 of 28th May 2021).

27.04.2022

Latest measure (MZDR 20599/2021-83/MIN/KAN) regarding arrival to CZ from countries with 'medium; high and very high risk' of COVID-19. Medium risk countries: requirement to fill in and submit an online arrival form and have a confirmation of a negative antigen test (valid 24 hours) or RT-PCR test (valid 72 hours). High risk countries: requirement to fill in and submit an online arrival form; have a confirmation of a negative antigen test (valid 24 hours) or RT-PCR test (valid 72 hours) and 'within 5 days of arrival' undertake (at own expense) a RT-PCR (quarantine mandatory prior to receipt of the test result). Very high risk countries: requirement to fill in and submit an online arrival form; have a confirmation of a negative RT-PCR test (valid 72 hours) and 'at earliest 5 days after arrival' undertake (at own expense) a RT-PCR (quarantine mandatory prior to receipt of the test result).; 01/07/2021 A foreigner detained by the police pursuant according to Section 27 of Act No. 273/2008 Sb. or 326/1999 Sb. undergo a PCR test. Extreme risk countries: requirement to fill in and submit an online arrival form; have a confirmation of a negative RT-PCR test (which will be performed within 24 hours of entry into the territory of the Czech Republic).; 01/07/2021 All travellers with symptoms of infectious disease entering the Czech Republic; must contact a general practitioner and undergo a health check at the border.; 09/07/2021 Medium risk countries: requirement to fill in and submit an online arrival form and have a confirmation of a negative antigen test (valid 24 hours) or RT-PCR test (valid 72 hours). All travellers with symptoms of infectious disease entering the Czech Republic; must contact a general practitioner and undergo a health check at the border.; 19/07/2021 When arriving from high risk countries; travellers must fill in the arrival form and undergo a RT-PCR test for COVID-19.; 11/09/2021 When arriving from low risk or medium risk countries; travellers must fill in the arrival form. When arriving from high risk countries; travellers must fill in the arrival form and undergo a RT-PCR test for COVID-19.; 27/10/2021 When arriving from low risk or medium risk countries; travellers a) must fill in the arrival form; b) undergo RT-PCR or RAT testing before entering the territory or no later than 5 days after entering the territory of the Czech Republic; c) present; upon request; at the border or residence check; proof of completion of the Arrival Form or written proof that the person concerned is covered by the exemption. When arriving from high risk and very high risk a) before entering the territory of the Czech Republic; fill in the Arrival Form; b) have the result of a RT-PCR test before entering the territory of the Czech Republic; c) upon request; at the border or residence check; present proof of completion of the Arrival Form; the result of the test for the presence of SARS-CoV-2 virus or written proof that the person is covered by the exemption d) to undergo an RT-PCR test between 5 and 7 days after entry into the territory of the Czech Republic; e) always wear a respirator or similar device (without exhalation valve) when leaving the place of residence or accommodation.; 27/12/2021 When arriving from low risk or medium risk countries; travellers a) must fill in the arrival form; b) undergo RT-PCR testing before entering the territory; c) undergo a PCR test between 5th and 7th day after entering the territory of the Czech Republic; d) present; upon request; at the border or residence check; proof of completion of the Arrival Form or written proof that the person concerned is covered by the exemption; e) always wear a respirator or similar device (without exhalation valve) when leaving the place of residence or accommodation. When arriving from high risk and very high risk a) before entering the territory of the Czech Republic; fill in the Arrival Form; b) have the result of a RT-PCR test before entering the territory of the Czech Republic; c) upon request; at the border or residence check; present proof of completion of the Arrival Form; the result of the test for the presence of SARS-CoV-2 virus or written proof that the person is covered by the exemption d) to undergo a RT-PCR test between 5th and 7th day after entry into the territory of the Czech Republic; unless the public health protection authority exceptionally decides otherwise; e) always wear a respirator or similar device (without exhalation valve) when leaving the place of residence or accommodation.;15/02/2022 When arriving from risky places; fill in the arrival form and undergo the RT-PCR test for COVID-19 at your own expense.; 25/02/2022 Citizens of Ukraine; EU (incl. the Czech Republic) and persons transiting via the Czech Republic to their countries of citizenship or residence have neither to fill out the Passenger Locator Form nor to prove their vaccination or negative test result.; 09/04/2022: The Czech Republic has suspended all COVID-19 related entry restrictions for travellers.

27.04.2022

All citizens of the Czech Republic and foreigners residing in the Czech Republic to be banned from entering countries with an extreme risk of contracting the disease (Botswana; Brazil; Eswatini (Swaziland); Republic of India; Republic of South Africa; Colombia; Lesotho; Namibia; Malawi; Mozambique; Nepal; Paraguay; Peru; Russia; Tanzania (including Zanzibar and Pemba); Zambia and Zimbabwe). ; 25/10/21 updated recommendations and warnings of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Czech Republic on trips abroad according to the degree of risk of COVID-19 infection can be found in the official website.;15/02/2022 In general; the entry of foreigners from third countries with a medium; high and very high risk of infection into the Czech Republic is prohibited; but with a few exceptions. Except for citizens of the Czech Republic (and their family members with residence permits); entry of persons positive for covid-19 into the Czech Republic is prohibited.; 09/04/2022: The Czech Republic has suspended all COVID-19 related entry restrictions for travellers.

06.04.2022

17/03/20: Entry ban for individuals other than citizens from countries in the European Union; European Economic Area; and United Kingdom; long-term residents and people with long-term visa or residence permits; family members of EU and EEA citizens; medical personnel and people responsible for transport of goods for 30 days.; 1/03/2022: The European Union recommends that its member nations remove any non-essential travel bans for vaccinated tourists arriving from third countries starting March 1; 2022.;

22.03.2022

All foreigners without permanent or temporary residence for more than 90 days are prohibited from entering the Czech Republic (Air; Land and Port).

02.02.2022

Citizens of the Czech Republic and foreigners with a permanent or temporary stay of over 90 days are prohibited from leaving the Czech Republic.

09.11.2021

The Czech Ministry of Health launched an online form mandatory for travellers arriving in the Czech Republic from all countries not featuring on the 'safe countries list' (the link to the portal is https://plf.uzis.cz/). Filling in the online form is mandatory to all travellers from at risk countries; failure to provide the filled in form can result in the passenger being prevented to onboard the flight. Visa applications and temporary and permanent stays in the Czech Republic are not accepted (measure MoH 20599/2021-83 of 28th May 2021).

27.09.2021

18/12/2020:Government decision 1334/2020. Stay at home order with night-time curfew (11 pm-5 am). Some exceptions apply. ; 27/12/2020: curfew between 9:00pm and 5:00am. Some exceptions apply. ; Preceding Government decision no. 1375 of 23rd December 2020; extended by a decision no. 12 of 7th January 2021; decision 56 of 22nd January 2021; decision 79 of 28th January 2021; decision 127 of 14th February 2021 and decision 216 of 26th February 2021. Stipulated by Government decision 299 of 18th March 2021 and extended by decision 315 of 26th March 2021. ; 11/04/2021: State of emergency ceased; curfew has been lifted. People can also move freely between regions.

31.05.2021

Government decision 1113 of 30th October 2020. Stay at home orders; except for these occasions (05:00-20:59): essential travels to work; essential visits to doctors; family members and shops; emergency travels to protect one's life/health/property; travels to spend time outdoors; presence at weddings or funerals (max 10 people). Stay in public places must be reduced to absolute minimum and people are only allowed to be in a group of maximum 2; except for members of family. Strict curfew from 21:00-04:59 except for: essential travel to work; emergency travels to protect one's life/health/property; and people can also walk their dogs max 500 metres from their home. Extended to 3 December by government decision 1200 from 20th November 2020.

12.02.2021

All non-EU/EEA citizens without permanent or temporary residence for more than 90 days are prohibited from entering the Czech Republic. EU/EEA citizens arriving in the Czech Republic for the business purposes or university students from EU/EEA countries can now arrive to the Czech Republic. Czech citizens or foreigners with residence permit are able to travel abroad; however on their return they have to submit to a 14 days quarantine or undergo a test with a negative result on Covid-19. All citizens will be able to cross the state border at selected border crossings; which were previously used only by commuters. Railway corridors to Germany and Austria will also be functional. Seasonal employees or holders of long-term visas will now be able to entry the Czech Republic. Each person will have to submit a negative test upon arrival (Land and Port).

01.02.2021

From 16 March 2020; from 0.00 to 24 March 2020 to 6.00; the free movement of persons within the territory of the Czech Republic is prohibited; with the exception of travel to work; medical facilities; family and other necessary trips.

01.02.2021

All non-EU/EEA citizens without permanent or temporary residence for more than 90 days are prohibited from entering the Czech Republic. EU/EEA citizens arriving in the Czech Republic for the business purposes or university students from EU/EEA countries can now arrive to the Czech Republic. Czech citizens or foreigners with residance permit are able to travel abroad; however on their return they have to submit to a 14 days quarantine or undergo a test with a negative result on Covid-19. All citizens will be able to cross the state border at selected border crossings; which were previously used only by commuters. Railway corridors to Germany and Austria will also be functional. Seasonal employees or holders of long-term visas will now be able to entry the Czech Republic. Each person will have to submit a negative test upon arrival (Land and Port)

22.10.2020

Government decision 1078 of 21st October 2020. Stay at home orders; except for these occasions: essential travels to work; doctor’s appointments; to visit family; to shop for essentials; to nature. Stay in public places must be reduced to absolute minimum and people are only allowed to be in a group of 2.

30.06.2020

National movement restrictions: Free

Restrictive measures mandatory between 24 April 2020 to TBD

Free movement prohibited Mar 24 - Apr 1, src: https://koronavirus.mzcr.cz/wp-content/uploads/2020/03/EM_free-movement-of-persons.pdf; As of Mar 19, any stay outside one's residence without nose&mouth protection is forbidden, src: https://koronavirus.mzcr.cz/wp-content/uploads/2020/03/R_protective-respiratory-equipment.pdf; On Mar 30 restrictions prolonged to Apr 11; On Apr 11 prolonged until the end of the state of emergency which is currently on Apr 30th, src: https://koronavirus.mzcr.cz/wp-content/uploads/2020/04/71_EM_free-movement-of-persons_exceptions_10042020.pdf; Free movement ban effectively cancelled on Apr 24th (free movement of people outside and during sports activities will be possible for groups of up to 10 people), src: https://www.vlada.cz/en/media-centrum/aktualne/measures-adopted-by-the-czech-government-against-coronavirus-180545/; As of Tuesday 19 May, workers in offices sitting at least 2 meters away from other colleagues, will not have to use a protective mask while working. The same exception applies to workers, who work with a high heat load, src: https://www.vlada.cz/en/media-centrum/aktualne/measures-adopted-by-the-czech-government-against-coronavirus-180545/;

International movement restrictions: Partially banned

Restrictive measures mandatory between 05 June 2020 to TBD

As of Mar 16, no exit w/out permanent residence outside; no ingress w/out perm. res. inside; no visas, src: https://www.mvcr.cz/mvcren/article/coronavirus-information-of-moi.aspx; Internal border security re-introduced as of Mar 12, src: https://koronavirus.mzcr.cz/wp-content/uploads/2020/03/R_temporary-reintroduction-of-internal-border-security.pdf; As of Mar 19, cross-border pendling (daily work) also forbidden, only visits to family allowed for pendlers, src: https://koronavirus.mzcr.cz/wp-content/uploads/2020/03/R_protective-respiratory-equipment.pdf; Mandatory 14d quarantine for everyone coming from abroad as of Mar 30; internal border control prolonged to Apr 24, src: https://www.mvcr.cz/mvcren/article/extension-of-temporary-reintroduction-of-border-control-at-internal-borders-of-the-czech-republic.aspx; As of Apr 14: a) The general prohibition of travel FROM the Czech Republic is ended, b) Mandatory quarantine for everyone coming IN, c) Prohibition of ENTRY to foreigners (incl. EU citizens), with the exception of those with a valid residence permit, remains effective, src: https://www.mvcr.cz/mvcren/article/main-changes-to-the-conditions-of-entry-to-the-territory-of-the-czech-republic-entering-into-force-from-april-14th-2020-0-00.aspx; As of Apr 14, current rules prolonged to the end of state of emergency (currently set to 30 Apr), src: https://www.mvcr.cz/mvcren/file/information-of-the-ministry-of-the-interior-of-the-cz-which-specified-the-conditions-and-particulars-required-for-entry-the-national-territory-of-the-cz-valid-from-14-04-2020.aspx; As of April 27, the rules for crossing state borders have been changed. EU citizens arriving in the Czech Republic for the business purposes or university students from EU countries can now arrive to the Czech Republic. Czech citizens are able to travel abroad, however on their return they have to submit to a 14 days quarantine or undergo/present a test with a negative result on Covid-19, src: https://www.vlada.cz/en/media-centrum/aktualne/measures-adopted-by-the-czech-government-against-coronavirus-180545/; As of May 1, cross-border commuters have to provide test for Covid-19 with a negative result only every 30 days (changed form 14 d) and they can submit it retrospectively to the regional hygiene station within 72 hours to avoid mandatory quarantine, src: https://www.vlada.cz/en/media-centrum/aktualne/government-approves-the-rules-for-relaxing-emergency-measures-from-11-may--state-of-emergency-remains-in-force-until-17-may-181311/; As of Monday 11 May, cross-border public transportation is allowed again with the exception of air traffic, which still remains limited., src vvv; As of Monday 11 May, all citizens will be able to cross the state border at selected border crossings. Railway corridors to Germany and Austria will also be functional. The rules for the entry of foreigners into the Czech Republic will be relaxed. Seasonal employees or holders of long-term visas will now be able to enter the Czech Republic. Each person will have to submit a negative test upon arrival., src: https://www.vlada.cz/en/media-centrum/aktualne/government-approves-further-proposals-to-help-businesses--from-11-may-cross-border-passenger-transportation-to-resume-181350/; As of 26th May, borders with Austria and Germany are completely re-opened and also all the secondary airports will be re-commissioned. General checks at the borders have also been discontinued and all crossings will once again be able to be used 24 hours a day. Each person will still have to submit a negative test upon arrival., src: https://www.vlada.cz/en/media-centrum/aktualne/government-to-propose-lowering-vat-on-accommodations-and-tickets--has-decided-to-open-all-road-and-railway-crossings-with-germany-and-austria--181684/; As of 5th June, further relaxation of border crossing: EU member states and other states of the Schengen area are divided into three categories according to the level of risk of COVID-19. Czechs and foreigners with a long-term stay in the Czech Republic will be able to travel to countries of all categories after this date and will not have to prove themselves with a negative test for coronavirus after returning from countries with low and medium risk. Foreigners arriving from medium and high-risk countries will then have to prove themselves with a negative test upon arrival (in case of absence of a negative test, these foreigners will be submitted into quarantine). List of countries: Low risk: Bulgaria, Estonia, Finland, Croatia, Iceland, Cyprus, Liechtenstein, Lithuania, Latvia, Luxembourg, Hungary, Germany, Norway, Poland, Austria, Romania, Greece, Slovakia, Slovenia, Switzerland; Medium risk: Belgium, Denmark, France, Ireland, Italy, Malta, the Netherlands, Portugal, Spain; High risk: Sweden, United Kingdom.;

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