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Rules for entering the Czech Republic from 7th December 2021 - Slovenia labeled "Dark Red"

Entering the Czech Republic During the Coronavirus Pandemics - Slovenia Labeled "Dark Red"

25.11.2021 / 13:00 | Aktualizováno: 08.12.2021 / 16:01

Slovenia is labeled as "Dark Red"

Full details about the conditions of entry to the Czech Republic are available on the website of the Czech Ministry of Interior.

We highly recommend visiting the website of the Ministry of the Interior of the Czech Republic for up-to-date information about the conditions for entering.

Rules for entering the Czech Republic from 7th December 2021 - Slovenia labeled "Dark Red"

All persons who stayed in a "Dark Red" country longer than 12 hours in the last 14 days are obliged:

  1. To fill in the electronic Public Health Passenger Locator Form available at This obligation does not apply to those persons who travel to the Czech Republic by an individual means of transport; an individual means of transport must include only persons of the same household.
  2. To provide a negative result of the RT-PCR test, which is not older than 72 hours before arrival - This point is not mandatory for persons presenting the Diplomatic Note of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Czech Republic stating the impossibility of conducting a test in own country, persons of the Czech citizenship and persons from the EU or third country with permanent or temporary residence in the Czech Republic;
  3. Provide, upon request, the confirmation of fulfillment of the Public Health Passenger Locator Form, the result of the RT-PCR testing or a written statement of an applicable exception.
  4. If the person stays more than 5 days in the Czech Republic to undergo between 5th and 7th day after the arrival to the Czech Republic a RT-PCR test. In case that the stay is shorter than 5 days, this second testing after the arrival to the Czech Republic is not necessary.
  5. To wear the respirator (for example FFP2, KN95) as long as the person does not have the result of the RT-PCR test after the arrival to the Czech Republic.

The PCR test may be replaced either by:

  1. Written confirmation of a physician that the person has undergone COVID-19 in the last 180 days and that no less than 11 days have passed since the outbreak of the disease.
  2. Vaccination in the EU+ country, if at least:
    • 14 days since the second dose in case of a double-dose scheme (incl. Astra Zeneca) have passed,
    • 14 days since the vaccination in case of a single-dose scheme have passed.

There is a list of exceptions with specific rules of entry:

  1. International transport workers,
  2. Transit up to 12 hours through the Czech Republic
  3. travelling by road or rail to or from the Czech Republic for a period not exceeding 12 hours
  4. Diplomats and international organization officials traveling for business purpose - the stay in / outside of the Czech territory not exceeding 72 hours
  5. Children below the age of 6 and persons with mental disability with medical proof;
  6. Cross-border workers, pupils and students working or studying in the neighbouring countries
  7. Policemen performing escort activities or security escort of aircraft
  8. Members of the critical infrastructure working in the interest of the Czech Republic
  9. Persons up to the age of 12

More detailed information is available on the special website of the Government of the Czech Republic on COVID-19 rules and measures.



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