Country-specific entry requirements

Czech Republic

Passengers (both foreign nationals and Czech citizens) heading to the Czech Republic and having stayed for more than 12 hours in the last 14 days in countries that are not on the list of countries with a low risk of Covid-19 (i.e.,  red countries ) must complete an online Public Health Passenger Locator Form prior to entry to the Czech Republic.

From 9 November 2020, these passengers are also required to undergo an RT-PCR test for SARS CoV-2 or quarantine after the entry.

Passengers from  orange countries  (Czech citizens) may enter without the obligation to fill in the Public Health Passenger Locator Form and without the obligation to undergo the PCR test or quarantine. Foreign nationals travelling to the Czech Republic for work or study purposes must submit a negative PCR test result prior to entry to the workplace or an educational institution in the Czech Republic.

Passengers from  green countries  (both foreign nationals and Czech citizens) may enter without the obligation to fill in the Public Health Passenger Locator Form and without the obligation to undergo the PCR test or quarantine.

Full conditions for the entry to the Czech Republic valid from 9 November 2020 can be found here. A list of countries according to the level of risk can be found here and here.

Exceptions to the obligations to fill the form and submit a PCR test result can be found here.


Spain

All passengers heading to Spain must complete the registration form available here or in the free app SPAIN TRAVEL HEALTH-SpTH before departure. After registration, passengers will receive a QR code, which they will present upon arrival.

From 23 November 2020, passengers travelling to Spain must submit a confirmation of a negative PCR test for SARS CoV-2 taken within no more than 72 hours prior to arrival.

Passengers who fail to present the confirmation on arrival, will be tested at the airport and may be subject to a financial penalty.

Information regarding the confirmation is available here.

From 7 January 2021, Spain is included among the  red countries . Therefore, passengers are required to fill in the Public Health Passenger Locator Form prior to entry to the Czech Republic and undergo the PCR test or quarantine after the entry.


Canary Islands

All passengers heading to the Canary Islands must complete the registration form available here or in the free app SPAIN TRAVEL HEALTH-SpTH before departure. After registration, passengers will receive a QR code, which they will present upon arrival.

From 23 November 2020, passengers travelling to the Canary Islands must submit a confirmation of a negative PCR test for SARS CoV-2 taken within no more than 72 hours prior to arrival.

Passengers who fail to present the confirmation on arrival, will be tested at the airport and may be subject to a financial penalty.

Information regarding the confirmation is available here.

From 16 November 2020, the Canary Islands are included among the  orange countries . Therefore, passengers are not required to fill in the Public Health Passenger Locator Form prior to entry to the Czech Republic and undergo the PCR test or quarantine after the entry.


Madeira

All passengers heading to Madeira must complete the registration form available on madeirasafe.com. The form must be completed 48-12 hours before departure.

From 16 November 2020, Madeira is included among the  orange countries . Therefore, passengers are not required to fill in the Public Health Passenger Locator Form prior to entry to the Czech Republic and undergo the PCR test or quarantine after the entry.