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Coronavirus - lifting border controls to the Czech Republic and Slovakia

Coronavirus – lifting border controls to the Czech Republic and Slovakia

Since January, the borders with neighboring countries have been intensively controlled due to the high number of infections there. And the Ministry of Interior announced, on Saturday morning, the abolition of this decree. However, Covid-19 entry controls remained in place.

The Ministry of Health has also set the entry regulation for Covid-19. As of today, people coming from a country with a low level of infection and who are unable to prove they are exclusively in Austria or their country of origin within the past 10 days must provide third-generation evidence (tested, vaccinated and recovered)

If you do not have evidence then take a test within 24 hours. Unlike those who were vaccinated and who have recovered, those who were tested should remain in quarantine for five days, but can leave it after five days after another negative test.

According to the Ministry of Health, the countries with the lowest incidence rate are currently Andorra, Australia, Belgium, Bulgaria, Denmark, Germany, Estonia, Finland, France, Liechtenstein, Greece, Ireland, Iceland, Israel, Italy, Latvia, Luxembourg, Malta, Monaco, New Zealand, Norway, Poland, Portugal, Romania, San Marino, Singapore, Slovakia, Slovenia, Spain, the Czech Republic. .

In the future, certain groups of people will be allowed entry from different countries for the viruses – that is, from Brazil, India and South Africa. This applies to humanitarian workers, people who have been summoned by the court or authorities, who accompany people in the course of entry for medical reasons, as well as people who travel to an international organization for work, provided they can provide evidence of a negative PCR test result.

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