The Czech Republic will start recognising EMA-approved vaccinations administered in non-EU countries

According to the Czech Ministry of Health, from 23 August onward the Czech Republic will also accept Covid-19 vaccinations administered to people from outside the European Union, on the condition the vaccine they have received has been approved for emergency use by the European Medicines Agency (EMA) or the World Health Organization (WHO). Standard visas will be issued to family members from countries that have previously been subject to Covid-19 travel restrictions. However, this will not apply to countries with an extremely high risk of infection (black category).

18 Aug 2021

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