Czech Republic travel update: Indian travellers can enter the country without many restrictions

The Czech Republic has become the latest European Nation to ease travel restrictions for international travellers. Now that tourism is opening internatally, Indians are eager to travel the world. The country has removed quarantine requirements for travellers. Also, the nation is not asking for proof of illness or vaccination.

All the shops are reopened without any restrictions on operating hours. The cultural and sporting events, concerts, theatres are also ready to function and hotels are waiting to welcome travellers. The country has reopened all its museums, galleries, monuments and zoos, among others at full capacity.

There’s just one obligation to enter the country which is filling up a passenger locator form.

Entry requirements for fully vaxxed Indians:

Fully vaxxed travellers can enter Czech Republic with an EU digital COVID certificate valid for 14–270 days after the completion of the second vaccination dose (Covishield). Else, you’ll be counted as non-vaccinated and will have to carry a negative PCR test report not older than 72 hours. After entering the country, you’ll have to get another PCR test done within 5 to 7 days after arrival.

Entry requirements for unvaccinated India travellers:

Unvaccinated travellers can also enter the country showing a fully filled passenger locator form along with a negative RT-PCR test report not older than 72 hours. They’ll also need to do a test between the 5-7 day after entering the country.

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