Czech Republic just became the 29th country internationally and the 14th in Europe to fully remove its Covid-related entry requirements for travellers, reports Travel Off Path.
The Czech government announced Fri (Apr 8) that the Czech Republic will remove all remaining entry requirements starting April 9, 2022.
“People no longer need to fill in an entry form, undergo coronavirus testing or present a vaccination certificate, regardless of where they return (from the European Union or other countries),” explains local news outlet Prague Morning (Apr 8).
Czech Republic was the first EU country to declare (Jan 19) that Covid vaccination will not become mandatory, and then followed this (Feb 2) by cancelling the need to show vaccination status.
Nations you can enter right now if you are unvaccinated without a PCR or antigen test and no quarantine:
Argentina, Aruba, Bahrain, Costa Rica, Czech Republic, Curaçao, Denmark, El Salvador, Gabon, Grenada. Hungary, Iceland, Ireland, Jordan, Latvia, Maldives, Mexico, Moldova, Mongolia, Montenegro, Norway, Poland, Romania, Saudi Arabia, Slovakia, Slovenia, Sweden, UK, and Yemen – plus Cuba with random PCR testing on arrival.
Nations you can enter right now if you are unvaccinated with a PCR or antigen test and no quarantine:
Albania, Belize, Brazil, Croatia, Egypt, France, Guatemala, Haiti, Honduras, Jamaica, Kosovo, Lithuania, Nicaragua, Panama, Peru, Portugal, Serbia, South Africa, Tanzania, Turkey, U.A.E, and Vietnam – plus Dominican Republic with PCR testing for select countries and random breathalyser tests on arrival.
Nations you can enter right now if you are unvaccinated with a PCR or antigen test before and after arrival with no quarantine:
Bahamas, Cyprus, Georgia, India, and Israel – plus Zimbabwe with possible quarantine.