Foreigners from EU can enter Czech Republic under updated rules

There are updated rules of entering the Czech Republic.

5 Jun 2020

From this week, all restrictions on travel between the Czech Republic, Slovakia, Austria and Hungary are lifted. From 15 June, there are updated rules of entering the Czech Republic. The Czech government has divided European countries into three categories based on the risk of infection. Foreigners from countries shown in green on the map may enter Czechia without a CoVID-19 negative test or compulsory quarantine, foreigners from countries shown orange or red must provide evidence of a negative test for coronavirus or enter quarantine for 14 days. The Ministry of Health will evaluate the data once a week and will update the classification of countries, based on the development of the local epidemiological situation. See the current map from the Ministry of Health.

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