Will be in Slovakia from Monday, May 17 Check The Republic is again involved in red countries with a high risk of infection. The Ministry of Foreign Affairs and European Affairs (MZVEZ) of the Slovak Republic reported this on its website, saying that since 10 May Slovakia has been one of the medium-risk countries (orange).
A return to high-risk levels after only 7 days also surprised Secretary of State Martin Klaus. However, he explained why this change happened. “We were very surprised and sorry for this return to the “worse” category. This is due to the methodology and data of the European Center for Disease Control and Prevention (ECDC) on which the Czech side is based. And Slovakia is, in one parameter, still in the “red” category, “ Writes on social networks.
What are the conditions for travel to the Czech Republic?
“In practice, this means that Slovak citizens can Check Arrive with antigen testing over 24 hours old or RT-PCR testing older than 72 hours, “ Slovak presents the Ministry of Diplomacy.
- Antigen test is not older than 24 hours
- Or RT-PCR test not older than 72 hours
- Arrival form
- Home isolation at own expense until the next PCR testing
- Compulsory respirator
Before entering Check Republic, it is necessary to fill the arrival form, send it by remote access to the concerned regional clean station and submit a document upon its completion upon request for checking the border or residence.
Upon arrival Check It is necessary to remain in home isolation until another negative RT-PCR test is presented. “Then do another RT-PCR test (at your expense) Check The Republic no later than five days after the accession (which may be earlier). The results of the second RT-PCR test should be submitted to the regional sanitation station suitable for the place of residence. “ MZVEZ SR states. 14 days from arrival Check It is necessary to wear a respirator everywhere, even outside the home.
The updated protective measures of the Czech Republic’s Ministry of Health are in force from 15 May. There is an expansion of the group of people who can on arrival Check Republic benefits from exemption for vaccinated individuals. Excluding persons vaccinated in the area Check This option also applies to vaccinated individuals in Slovakia, Germany, Austria, Poland, Hungary and Slovenia. If these individuals have a certificate of vaccination, they travel from EU + countries with moderate and high risk of infection 22 days after the first dose of vaccination, without the need for testing and without restrictions on movement within the Czech Republic. can do.
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