Changing the restrictive measures for arriving in the Czech Republic of 21.06.2021

As of 21.06.2021, the PCR and antigen test prior to arrival in the Czech Republic will not apply to citizens immunized in a Member State of the European Union (EU) if 22 days of the first dose of double immunization or 14 days have elapsed in one time immunization. These requirements do not apply to citizens who have prevailed Covid-19 over the past 180 days. In these cases, a national document for the immunization or medical document for the disease spent issued by the EU Member State where vaccination or self-esteations have been made during the illness is required. A specimen of the relevant national immunization document must be published on a website of the Ministry of Health of the EU Member State.
For countries with an average risk of contamination, as currently Bulgaria, it remains the obligation to prepare the Public Health Passenger locator Form. -

As from 1 July 2021, only the EU Covid Cold Certificate will be recognized.
Exceptions to the above rules for workers in international transport and cross-border workers continue to apply.

We recall that at this stage (A and after 21.06.2021, if the faces are not vaccinated / prejudiced) the arriving from Bulgaria is necessary to fill in and send an online electronic form to the traveler (Public Health Passenger Locator Form) - HTTPS: / / It is also necessary to advance and present upon arrival in the Czech Republic PCR test made no more than 72 hours before arriving or an antigen test made no more than 24 hours before arrival. The antigen or PCR test requirement does not apply to individual arrivals (but refer to public transport - train, airplane bus) passengers from Bulgaria.
Up to 5 days after arriving in the Czech Republic, arriving with individual transport should make an antigenic or PCR test.
There is no duty of self-insulation to disclosure of the result of the PCR test made in Czech territory.