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Czechia coronavirus travel restrictions

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Czechia

The travel advice is Do not travel to Czechia. Travel advice has Major for travel. Get travel ban, restrictions alerts and advice before travelling to Czechia. Czechia is part of Europe with main city at Prague. Its Developed country with a population of 11M people. The main currency is Czech Koruna. The languages spoken are Czech and Slovak.
👍 Developed   👨‍👩‍👦‍👦 11M people

🚨 Travel Advice for Czechia

Major

restrictions for travel
Travel to Czechia is not allowed from Western Sahara #### Exceptional travel All authorized travelers must provide printed proof of a negative PCR test, taken within the previous 72 hours, on departure. An online 'passenger locator form' must be completed before arrival. Self-isolation is required on arrival and a second PCR test can be taken no earlier than 5 days after arrival. Those with a negative result can end isolation, if a positive result is received, travelers must follow the instructions of health officials. All authorized travelers are required to wear FFP2, KN95, N95, P2, with a minimum DS grade or surgical masks without an exhalation valve outdoors for 10 days after arrival. Employees and students must submit a negative test result before entering the workplace or school.
- [Passenger locator form](https://plf.uzis.cz/) For more details [Ministry of Interior, Czechia](https://www.mvcr.cz/mvcren/article/coronavirus-information-of-moi.aspx)

Travel restriction details for Czechia

🚫 Destination No Data
🛬 Return No Data
🏖️ Closed to Vistors
🍽️ Restaurants & bars Open with restrictions
🛍️ Essential only shopping
🚌 Operational with restrictions transport
📅 events Partially Allowed

🔒 Lockdown Details for Czechia

As of 10 May, it is no longer mandatory to wear a facemask outdoors provided that a maximum number of 2 people is observed on less than 2 metres. The usage of a facemask is still mandatory within territorial clusters (for example in healthcare and social service facilities, on public transport, when travelling by subway etc.), with some exceptions. Wearing a facemask is also compulsory in vehicles with people who do not belong to the same household and in developed areas of municipalities open to the public, if there are more than two people present, who are closer than two metres from each other and who are not members of the same household. As of 25 February 2021, any person from the age of 15 is required to wear a respirator without an exhalation valve with filtration effectiveness of at least 95% in accordance with the relevant standards (e.g. FFP2/KN 95) in the indoor space of retail outlets, service provision outlets, international airports, public transport, including platforms and waiting rooms and in private vehicles (with the exception of people from the same household). In the most high-risk places, such as shops or public transport means, it will no longer be possible to replace the respirator with a double surgical mask. Physical distance should be kept whenever possible, with some exceptions. In all establishments a 2-metres distance has to be maintained. As of 10 May, the ban on retail sales and on the provision of most services in establishments are lifted. As far as shopping malls are concerned, where only shops selling essential goods (especially groceries and pharmacies) are allowed to open. A priority entrance has to be ensured for people with a disability, to prevent them from waiting in long queues. Catering establishments are temporarily closed. Takeaway is possible between 06:00 and 22:00, while home delivery is available without time limits. Alcohol consumption at publicly accessible locations is prohibited. People who consume meals in the vicinity of the catering establishment, including beverages, are required to keep a distance of at least 2 metres from others unless they are members of the same household. Restaurants can be open for guests in tourism accommodations between 6:00 and 22:00. Other exceptions refer to staff canteens or catering providers of health and social services or prisons. In this case, there may be a maximum of 4 customers seated at the same table, keeping a distance of 1.5 metres, except for members of the same household. In the case of long tables, a distance of at least 2 meters between groups has to be ensured, with the exception of people belonging to the same household.

🛡️ Travel safety for Czechia

Do not travel

There's a ban on all non-essential travel into the Czech Republic. You must wear either FFP2 or N95 face masks in public. Reusable or washable masks and plastic visors no longer be used. Health and travel restrictions change frequently, and regions may differ according to the rate of infection. Follow the latest measures put in place by the Czech Republic's Ministry of Health (see ‘Travel’). We continue to advise: Do not travel to Czech Republic due to the health risks from the COVID-19 pandemic and the significant disruptions to global travel.
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Last updated: July 13, 2021