The Czech government is permanently monitoring the pandemic situation based on the available data from the European Centre for Disease Prevention and Control (ECDC), so the countries allowed entry might change with little to no prior notice. As of September 18, green countries are considered low risk, therefore, allowed entry.
The country is not enforcing any quarantine days while you wait for your test results, but recommends you to observe “responsible behavior.
If you need to take the COVID test you can book it online before arrival (see if you need to take one above)
You can join the queue on arrival or call for an appoitment at + 420 739 500 500. Email: [email protected].
Make sure to contact your embassy for more information about quarantine because you could be subject to quarantine at the airport while you await the results
What activities can you do once in the Czechia?
Get out there! Most of Prague’s iconic places are open for business. You can visit their National Museum, Old Town Hall or Prague’s Castle. At night, you can go to the opera, or have fun at The Medieval Tavern or the Prague Pub Crawl.
Reconnect with family and friends. Restaurants, pubs and cafes are open. So are shops, swimming pools, and sports centers. Gatherings outdoors and indoors are also allowed, so now may be the time to reschedule that wedding!
Enjoy sporting and cultural events. Music concerts, cultural events and of course sports are allowed in both indoors and outdoors facilities. The capacity is reduced so make sure you get your ticket ahead!
Update on COVID situation in Czech Republic (OCT 7)
At the moment, Czech Republic is one of the worse in Europe and COVID cases are raising fast! They have 92,643 confirmed COVID cases and 823 deaths caused by the virus. Daily rates are around 3-4k new cases per day. (source: Worldmeters)
How good is the COVID-19 threat management in the Czech Republic?
Although most of the districts in the country currently have cases of COVID-19, The Ministry of Health has determined that Beroun, Kladno, Kolín, Prague-East, Uherské Hradiště as well as Prague, are the ones cataloged as “orange” or riskier due to some incipient community transmission.