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Czech Republic - Recognized Covid - 19 Vaccines

The Ministry of Health of the Czech Republic listed the State of Israel among dark red countries - "with a very high risk" of infection of Covid-19 - Recognized Vaccines.

Persons who are fully vaccinated with one of the EU approved vaccines in one of the countries given below can arrive with no additional requirements for any purpose, including their non-vaccinated children (0 - 12)

1. Fully vaccinated persons 

at least 14 days after administration of a second dose, in case of a two-phased vaccine, with one of the following vaccines

● AstraZeneca (Vaxzevria)

● Moderna (Spikevax)

● Pfizer BioNTech (Comirnaty)

● Johnson & Johnson (Janssen)

● Covishield

in one of the countries whose vaccination certificate CZE recognises:

● EU Member States   

● Armenia, Bahrain, Brazil, Chile, Hong Kong, Iceland, Israel, Liechtenstein, Montenegro, North Macedonia, Norway, San Marino, Saudi Arabia, Serbia, Singapore, Switzerland, Turkey, Ukraine, United Kingdom, Uruguay, Vatican

In order to be allowed entry as a fully vaccinated person, you will be required to present your digitally verifiable VACCINATION CERTIFICATE.

2 . Recovered persons can enter the territory of the Czech Republic with a digital Covid-19 Recovery Certificate issued at least 11 days before arrival. A recovered person must leave the territory of the Czech Republic at the latest on the 180th day of validity of its Recovery Certificate. Recovered persons will be required to fill out a Czech arrival Entry Form before arriving (not necessary for children under 12 years of age).

For more information, please visit the website of the Ministry of Interior of the Czech Republic.

3. As of November 22, 2021, accommodation, restaurants, beauty and sports services, and others are accessible by fully vaccinated persons and persons recovered from Covid-19 only (with few exceptions, see below). This measure aims to reverse the current rapid spread of Covid-19 in the Czech Republic.

The following services and places will be accessible by fully vaccinated persons or recovered persons only:

  • Restaurants
  • Accommodation provided publicly, such as hotels, B&Bs, Airbnb
  • Beauty services, such as hairdressers, cosmetics, pedicure/manicure
  • Sporting services and facilities, such as swimming pools, fitness and another indoor sporting
  • Organised public events

Valid vaccination certificate:

  • EU COVID Digital certificate
  • Third-country certificates that were recognised as equivalent to the EU COVID digital certificate
  • Recognised certificates from other countries

Valid certificate of recovery (no longer than 180 days after positive PCR test):

  • EU COVID Digital Certificate 
  • Third-country certificates that were recognised as equivalent to the EU COVID digital certificate

Refer to an overview of all of these certificates at the Ministry of Health website.

Exceptions apply to the following categories of persons, i.e. the following persons can access these facilities and services with a PCR test (valid for 72 hours):

  • Children and youngsters up to 18 years of age
  • Persons with indicated contraindications to Covid-19 vaccines – this information must have been entered into their health records (Czech Information System on Communicable Diseases)
  • Persons who are in the process of being vaccinated and have received at least the first dose of the two-dose series


For arrivals and departures in and from Israel, following the current rules and regulations, see the indicative links below.


When you arrive in Israel - requirements:

 Information for Travelers Arriving in Israel - Corona Traffic Light Model (Ramzor) Website (health.gov.il)

When you leave Israel - requirements:

Information for Travelers Leaving Israel - Corona Traffic Light Model (Ramzor) Website (health.gov.il)






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