Current restrictions

Update: 29 November

Please see below 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 and on the State of Emergency that was declared on 25 November.

Currently, these restrictions are in force:

  • Information about the vaccination:
    • People who have received full vaccination at least 14 days ago are considered fully vaccinated. If you are fully vaccinated, you can enter restaurants, services or cultural events etc. without any restrictions.
    • Registration for a vaccine against COVID-19 in the Czech Republic: information for MU students and information for MU employees.
  • Respirators (N95, FFP2) are compulsory in all buildings, on public transport, at public transportation stops, shelters, and waiting rooms. Respirators/facemasks are strongly recommended outside when it is not possible to keep a safe two-meter distance.
  • As of Monday 22 November, only people who have been fully vaccinated or who have recovered from COVID-19 (within the last 180 days) may attend cultural or sports events and use the services offered by restaurants, hotels, swimming pools, indoor sports facilities, and hair and beauty salons. Negative tests will no longer be accepted. There are exceptions for people who have already received their first dose and those who cannot be vaccinated for medical reasons.
  • PCR tests are now valid for 3 days, antigen tests for 24 hours.
  • Foreigners entering the country should see requirements for students and employees.
  • Events: Outdoor and indoor events can take place, capacity is limited to max. 1000 people. The same rules apply as above (vaccination, previous infection).
  • Restaurants: Restaurants must be closed to the public between 10:00 p.m. and 4:59 a.m. Only six persons can sit at one table. Customers will have to present proof of vaccination, or proof of having already had COVID-19.
  • The government has also limited the activities of public authorities and institutions so that office hours for the public are only two days a week and five hours a day for two weeks.
  • Brno Immigration office (MOI) is currently open only for clients with an appointment

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