Minister: Fully vaccinated Czechs don’t need tests after inbound travel

From Friday, Czechs who have been fully vaccinated against Covid-19 will not need to be tested or self-isolate, regardless of the country from which they are travelling, the minister of foreign affairs, Jakub Kulhánek, said on Thursday. Instead it will be sufficient to fill in an arrival form.

However, this will not apply to states regarded as carrying an extremely high risk of contracting the coronavirus, the Czech Foreign Ministry said on its website.

Last week Health Minister Adam Vojtěch said that from July 9 people arriving from all countries would have to undergo tests.

Author: Ian Willoughby