Czechia sets new rules for international travelers

Czech Republic new travel rules

The Czech Republic is going through a second wave of the COVID-19 pandemic. It has made the Czech government introduce new rules of entry into the country.

On November 9, 2020, the Czech government introduced its new rules of migration into the country.

The new rules of entry

Epidemiological classification

Green Orange Red
Travelers from Green countries can enter the country without a negative PCR test result, entry form, or quarantine rules. International travelers from Orange countries seeking to enter the country on a work or study visa must present a negative PCR test result. Travelers from Red countries must fill the entry form and follow quarantine or present a negative PCR test result upon arrival in the country.

Citizens of third countries will remain banned from entering the territories of Czechia. However, there will be exceptions allowed that go as per the list presented in coordination with EU suggestions.

Among the countries, travelers from which are allowed to enter Czechia are nationals of

Thailand

Australia

South Korea

South Korea

New Zealand

Singapore

Singapore

Japan

Japan

These nationals aren’t currently required to go through testing procedures or compulsory quarantine.

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