Conditions for entry of persons to the territory of the Czech Republic
As of 4 May, the Czech Ministry of Health released a new measure amending the old decision concerning the travel of citizens from countries with extreme or low risk of infection.
Valid from 4 May 2021, The Ministry of Health banned entry to Czechia for all third-country citizens from countries not listed among countries with extreme or low risk of infection of COVID-19. This ban is also valid for third-country holders of temporary or permanent residence permit in these third-countries.
The traveller's map and more information about this matter are available on the website of the Ministry of Health. There are exceptions to this measure.
- foreigners who have been given a short-term visa after 11 May 2021
- holders of valid long-term visa, long-term, temporary or permanent residence permit in Czechia
- foreign holders of long-term or temporary residence permit in countries with low risk of infection of COVID-19
- accredited members of diplomatic missions
- foreigners with long-term or permanent residence in the EU
- employees of international transport
- foreigners who can prove their partnership with a Czech citizen or EU citizens with temporary residence permit over 90 days or permanent residence permit in Czechia (based on a confirmation from the Ministry of Foreign Affairs)
- family members, i.e. spouse, parent (if it's an EU citizen below 21), child below 21 years of age, child of a spouse of an EU citizen, child or ancestor or child or ancestor of a spouse of an EU citizen if the child is dependant of the EU citizen or the EU citizen's spouse
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