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UPDATE: Travelling to the Czech Republic for medical treatment during COVID-19 pandemic

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GREAT NEWS: Travelling to the Czech Republic for medical treatment is allowed The bright side of dark Covid times is that all visa-free citizens who want to travel to the ...

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GREAT NEWS: Travelling to the Czech Republic for medical treatment is allowed


The bright side of dark Covid times is that all visa-free citizens who want to travel to the Czech Republic for medical treatment are legally permitted to travel with a negative PCR test that has been taken no longer than 72 hours before departure or antigen test taken no longer than 24 hours before departur.

New rules and conditions for entering the Czech Republic apply the arrivals of foreign nationals.

The Czech Ministry of Foreign Affairs requires to fill in the Passenger Locator Form upon the arrival as well as they require self-isolation for at least 5 days, before undertaking a further PCR test between 5-7 days after arrival, however scheduled visits at the clinic and grocery shopping during the self-isolation are allowed.

All travelers are obligated to contact the Regional Hygienic Station according to the place of stay within seven days after arrival and report the test result. Travelers who enter the Czech Republic for 12 hours visit only are not required to present a negative PCR/antigen test or Passenger Locator Form however, an invitation letter from a medical treatment provider must be presented.


Even though all shops and restaurants have remained close to dine-in, there is an option to get food delivery from the finest Czech restaurants as well as take away shops.

Most of the restaurants provide very attractive deals. All visitors can enjoy themselves at the hotel restaurants that are still open for their guests.


What do you need to know before arrival

  • All persons have to wear the FFP2 respirator to prevent the spread of droplets all in indoor premises of buildings, except for the hotel room
  • Requirement of wearing the FFP2 respirator in cars and public transport
  • The ban on the free movement of persons under daytime rules up to 9 pm and at night until 5 am
  • Only grocery stores/pharmacies/take away shops remain open
  • Restaurants are open for take away or online orders only


All airlines provide all details and updates online. RyanAir Airlines have renewed the flight connection between London and Prague.


Do you have any questions?

Contact us at info@pragamedica.com or talk to your consultant directly.