Czech Republic tightens entry regulations

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A state of emergency imposed in the Czech Republic due to the CoV pandemic expired overnight. In addition, stricter entry regulations will come into force tomorrow, which were decided by the governing coalition of five parties that has only been in office since Friday of last week. Adults entering the country from Austria or other EU countries will then need a negative PCR test before crossing the border, unless they have received a booster vaccination.

Similarly, unvaccinated children under the age of twelve are exempt from the testing requirement. Adolescents up to 18 years of age will still only need the second vaccination. PCR testing will also be mandatory for adult recovered and vaccinated individuals. The testing requirement for adults without a third vaccination applies regardless of the country of origin. Austria is considered a country with a very high risk of infection (dark red) for Prague.

Czech citizens and foreigners with a Czech primary or secondary residence remain permanently exempt from the testing requirement. This is the result of a subsequent corrective decision by the government. The obligation to register in an online form remains unchanged for all entrants.

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