Czech Government Decree Effective 11 May 2020
– A ban on entering the territory of the Czech Republic for all arriving foreigners (tourists) except for foreigners with temporary or permanent residency in the Czech Republic. EU citizens may also enter the territory of the Czech Republic according to the published conditions for the purpose of economic activity or university studies.
– Czech citizens, EU citizens and foreigners with temporary or permanent residency in the Czech Republic entering the territory of the Czech Republic are allowed to submit the official certificate with a negative COVID-19 test result not older than four days. The test is done at their expense. In specific cases, the PCR test may be undergone on Czech territory within 72 hours after entry, and the locally relevant regional hygienic station must be immediately informed about passing the test. Also, the medical certificate on passing the test on the territory must be submitted to the locally relevant regional hygienic station. Otherwise, they are subject to a fourteen-day mandatory quarantine, subject to exceptions.
– All Czech citizens, foreigners with temporary or permanent residency in the Czech Republic, and foreigners (tourists) may travel abroad and leave the Czech Republic.
All information is subject to change, and it is recommended to review all exceptions and conditions to travel to/from the Czech Republic by visiting the Ministry of Interior of the Czech Republic’s website.
To view a list of resumed routes operating to/from Prague Airport, please click on the link here.