Czech Republic opens its borders to EU tourists



Visitors to the Czech Republic will have to prove that they have been vaccinated against Covid-19 even if they have only received one shot, tested negative or recovered.

In order to restore tourism activities in the summer of 2021, Czech Health Minister Adam Vojtech has just announced that the country will open its borders to tourists from all EU countries and Serbia from June 21.

 However, travelers will have to prove they have been vaccinated against Covid-19, tested negative or recovered.  Persons who have received only 1 dose of vaccine are also considered to have been vaccinated for entry purposes.

Czech Republic opens its borders to EU tourists

Czech Republic opens its borders to EU tourists / ph: pexels

 The Czech Republic is one of the Eastern European countries with a fairly developed tourism industry, but the country has suffered heavily due to the Covid-19 pandemic since March last year.

According to statistics, the number of international visitors to this country has decreased by nearly 75% compared to the previous year.  Currently, vaccinated travelers from Germany, Austria and five other EU countries will be allowed to visit the Czech Republic if they have had a Covid-19 shot more than 22 days earlier.

 The Czech Ministry of Health has also announced that it will launch Covid vaccination registration for foreigners without public health insurance in the Czech Republic by the end of this week, who will be vaccinated with the Pfizer/BioNTech vaccine.

 From June 8, indoor and outdoor cultural events will be allowed to have a maximum audience of 1,000-2,000 spectators.  It is expected that from June 14, the number of spectators at outdoor cultural events will be unlimited.  Indoor cultural events will have only half of the seats available for spectators and must ensure they have been tested for Covid-19 or proven to be vaccinated.

Czech Republic opens its borders to EU tourists

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