Current restrictions

Update: 14 April

Please see below the restrictions in place in the Czech Republic due to the prevention of the spread of COVID-19. These measures are determined based on the Pandemic Law.

Currently, these restrictions are in force:

  • Respirators are compulsory in health and social services and pharmacies. They are no longer compulsory on public transport and inside the buildings (shops, schools, ...). 
  • All covid-19 policies related to entering the country have been suspended. Arrival forms and proof of vaccination/testing etc. are no longer required.
  • Rules for self-isolation:
    • If you met a person who has COVID-19 and you do not have/had symptoms of COVID-19, there is no quarantine needed.
    • If you met a person who was COVID-19 positive, and you have/had symptoms of COVID-19, you must follow the quarantine measures and self-isolate even if your test was negative. Stay at home for 7 days from the day you met the COVID-19 positive person and cure yourself. If symptoms persist after 7 days, consult them with your doctor and they will tell you if you should leave or prolong the quarantine.
  • Vaccination: Registration for a vaccine against COVID-19 in the Czech Republic: information for MU students and information for MU employees.

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