COVID-19: What You Should Know before You Come
UPDATE 14. 04. 2022!

There are no longer any coronavirus restrictions for entry into the Czech Republic.

The conditions of services in the Czech Republic, because of covid -19 restrictions, are gradually easing.

What do you need to know before arrival to the Czech Republic?

Measures and restrictions

NANO DRAPES AND RESPIRATORS

Both must be worn indoorsonly in hospitals, pharmacies and social services. Exceptions for wearing nano drapes and respirators do not have to be worn by children under the age of two (inclusive), people with intellectual disabilities and severe mental disorders. Children under the age of 15 can wear a surgical drape instead of a respirator.

SHOPS, SERVICES AND CULTURE

Shops and Services - There are open with no restrictions on opening hours.
Mass, cultural and sports events - Mass events in the Czech Republic can be attended by an unlimited number of people.
Fitness centers - It is possible to operate them, veils are not mandatory. People have to keep the spacing of two meters, the changing rooms are open in normal mode.
Conferences, congresses - The same conditions apply as at cultural or sporting events.
Cafeteria - At cultural events it is possible to consume refreshments.
Social events - The maximum number of people at various federal and social events, celebrations and the like is 100 people.
Museums, galleries, monuments - 100 % capacity is allowed.
Libraries - can open.

RESTAURANTS AND HOTELS

Restaurants, pubs, bars, discos, clubs, cafes and casinos. It is recommended to disinfect your hands and keep a distance of 1.5 meters. Hotels and other accommodation facilities are open.

SPORT

Professional sports – is allowed.
Amateur sports – Amateur athletes can play together. They do not have to prove themselves with a certificate of illness or vaccination. Authorities and other institutions operate normally and without restrictions.

Health services

If you have reason to suspect you might be ill with the coronavirus and have flu-like symptoms (dry cough, fever, joint pain), call the coronavirus hotlines:
National Institute of Public Health:
+420 724 810 106 or +420 725 191 367
Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Czech Republic:
+420 224 181 111 or +420 224 182 425

Information

  • COVID PORTÁL - Important information regarded COVID-19 measures in daily life is

  • Current information on entry to the territory of the Czech Republic is available on the website of  the Ministry of the Interior of the Czech Republic
    here
    or the Ministry of Health of the Czech Republic
    here
  •  
  • Recommended security guidelines
    here

Safe Travels

  • The Czech Republic has been awarded the international "Safe Travels Stamp" by the World Tourism & Travel Council (WTTC) and now holds the status of a safe destination. More information
    here
    .

Digital green certificates

  • The EU Digital COVID Certificate Regulation to facilitate the safe free movement of citizens within the EU during the COVID-19 pandemic entered into application on 01 July 2021. 
  • Digital Green Certificates are valid in all EU Member States. More information
    here
    .