Information concerning travellers Czech Republic
We would like to inform you about the restrictions related to travel in the Czech Republic.
All arrivals from Bulgaria should fill in the electronic form of the traveler in advance and present it upon request at the border checkpoint. The form can be found at the following internet address here
They should also present a negative PCR test performed within 72 hours before the trip. No earlier than the 5th and no later than the 7th day after entering Czech territory, they should perform a PCR test. Exemption from the above obligations is provided for vaccinated citizens who can prove it.
The whole time while on the territory of the Czech Republic, those arriving from Bulgaria are required to wear protective masks in accordance with established standards. No restrictive measures apply to children under 12 years of age.
IMPORTANT: ALL ARRIVALS IN THE CZECH REPUBLIC, WITHOUT EXCEPTION, SHOULD PRESENT A VALID NEGATIVE PCR TEST FOR COVID-19. THE REQUIREMENT DOES NOT APPLY ONLY TO CITIZENS WHO RECEIVED THE 3RD (STRENGTHENING) DOSE OF VACCINE AGAINST COVID-19.
Citizens can get acquainted in detail with the current requirements for entry into the Czech Republic and their exceptions, in accordance with the current anti-epidemic measures, on the following website of the Ministry of Interior of the Czech Republic.
2. In case of obligatory quarantine for Bulgarian citizens, possibilities for exemption from quarantine / available laboratories at airports / after which day at the earliest on-site test can be done:
Subject to the rules under item 1, those arriving from Bulgaria have no obligations for self-isolation on the territory of the Czech Republic.
To visit a restaurant / and other services / or participate in a mass action, you need a certificate of completed immunization or a certificate of suffering from COVID-19 in the last 180 days. Antigen and PCR tests are no longer sufficient. Exceptions are provided for persons aged 12-18 and for persons with a medical ban on immunization - they may present PCR test results. Another exception is that a PCR test will also be recognized when no more than 20 people are gathered indoors. When visiting a hotel, certificate of immunization or COVID-19 in the last 180 days is required. An exception is provided for seconded persons who may also submit a PCR test.
All shops and services are open in the country. There is a limit of 1 client per 15 square meters. Clients should use respirators, disinfect and keep their distance. More information on the regime after arrival in the Czech Republic, as well as which citizens are exempted from the measures, and what are the requirements for transit passengers, you can find on the website of the Ministry of Health, as well as the Ministry of Interior and the Ministry of Foreign Affairs the Czech Republic, as well as the Situation Center at the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and here of the Republic of Bulgaria. Anti-epidemic measures for the safety and security of passengers implemented by the local airport in Prague see here
All passengers must wear an FFP2 mask during their stay at Prague Airport.
The team of Bulgaria Air