People returning from Romania and Spain will need to take Covid-19 test

People arriving in the Czech Republic from Romania will be required to report to the relevant regional hygiene office and take the Covid-19 test or undergo a 14-day quarantine as of Monday, the Ministry of Health announced on Friday in its regular update of travel health requirements.

Newly, employees from Spain will also be required to provide a negative Covid-19 test. On the contrary, people returning from Tunisia will be exempted from these obligations as of next week.

Employers must require a negative Covid-19 for employees from Bulgaria, Portugal, Luxembourg, and Sweden and as of Monday, also from Romania and Spain. The test must be conducted in the Czech Republic and must not be older than four days.