COVID-19 negative certification required for entering the country.
From 1 May, if you’re fully vaccinated, you can apply to enter Thailand via Thailand Pass. RT-PCR tests before and upon arrival are not required.
You must take a PCR test no more than 72 hours before you leave your country and when you arrive in Thailand.
*Proof of vaccination status: All persons aged 18 or over must have a vaccination certificate.
Children aged 17 and under can enter Thailand under the same scheme as their parents or legal guardian and do not need to show proof of vaccination. A RT-PCR...
With complete vaccination; visits will be allowed; separately throughout the day; up to 3 people for a maximum duration of one hour and at least once a week; With incomplete vaccination; visits will be allowed for a maximum duration of one hour and at least once a week; 17/09/2021: COVID Passport mandatory to visit patients in residences; 04/12/2021: COVID passport mandatory to visit patients and inmates in hospitals and residences; 25/02/2022: COVID Certificate mandatory for access to the interior of residences of the public or private system of social services; for visitors and outsiders to the institution; 01/04/2022: no limitations...
Quarantine requirement at government designated site- subject to origina and PCR result.
If you display symptoms of coronavirus, public health officials may take you to a government quarantine or medical facility.
Limitation of social gatherings to a maximum of 10 people; outside of stable coexistence groups; 28/08/2020: Recommendation extended; 31/08/2020: Ban of private and public meetings of more than 10 people.
27/05/2021: The government is allowing for more use of mass testing in areas where reopening increases the risk of more infection; especially where there have been strict measures for a long time. The test criteria are changed so that the municipalities can test people without suspicion of illness; 04/06/2021: NPI exemptions being introduced to people defined as 'protected'; this definition is: 'defined as protected: people who have been fully vaccinated; people who have received one dose; and it has been 3 to 15 weeks since they received the dose; people who have had corona in the last six months; 04/06/2021:...
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...
For congresses; meetings; conferences and similar events: a) Alert level 1: Maximum 75% capacity; maximum of 100 attendees b) Alert level 2: 50% 30 attendees c) Alert level 3: 1/3 of capacity; 30 attendees d) Alert level 4: It can only be done electronically; 20/05/2021: a) Alert level 1: Maximum 75% capacity; maximum of 500 attendees b) Alert level 2: 50% 300 attendees c) Alert level 3: 1/3 of capacity; 150 attendees d) Alert level 4: It can only be done electronically; 20/09/2021: Maximum 75% capacity; maximum of 500 attendees; 21/09/2021: no capacity limits.
Allows physical contact between residents and family members and makes the existing measures more flexible; once the vaccination and immunization process has been successfully completed in all residences in the Community. Minors allowed to visit; 10/12/2021: COVID certificate equired to access restaurant and hotel spaces; nightlife; gaming and betting venues and mass events; as well as cultural events (cinema; theater; auditoriums; tent circuses and similar spaces); as well as to attend public to sporting events; in case the consumption of food or drink is allowed; 19/01/2022: end of COVID certificate requirement.
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...
12/02/2021: the download of a QR code through previous registration in a mobile application is required by clients and owners in bars and restaurants to facilitate the tracking of COVID-19 cases; 12/03/2021: application becomes voluntary; as the Ministry of Health showed great interest in working on a similar application that would have a national character.
Ban on free movement for people arriving from abroad a) for all persons with COVID-19; b) for those who enter into the territory of the Czech Republic from all third-country nationals who are not on the list of countries with a low or extreme risk of COVID-19 according to a special protective measure of the Ministry of Health of the Czech Republic; and c) for third-country nationals who have a temporary or permanent residence in these third countries.; 9/04/2022: Effective April 9; 2022; the Czech Republic has suspended all COVID-19 related entry restrictions for travellers.
09/05/2021: Madrid - As a recommendation and not an obligation; there should be groups of a maximum of 6 people in social gatherings; except in the case of cohabitants. In homes; it also recommends meetings of only cohabitants; 04/10/2021: no capacity restrictions in any social field.