Last Updated On: 23/08/2021 at 13:00
Requirements for Entry into the Czech Republic from Malta
Testing and Quarantine
Persons travelling from Malta (considered to be a medium-risk country from 23.08.2021) are required to present a negative result of a COVID-19 PCR test taken 72 hours or less prior to departure or an antigen test taken 48 hours or less prior to departure.
Travellers who tested positive for COVID-19 within the 180 days preceding their travels, provided that 11 days have passed since the first positive result, are exempt from this requirement if they are able to present a written medical certificate from an EU+ country where the isolation was completed or a digital EU certificate confirmation.
Travellers who are fully vaccinated in an EU+ country are also exempt, given that at least 14 days have passed from the date of administration of the last dose (in this case, it is necessary to present a national certificate or a digital EU certificate). Czech citizens and EU+ citizens who have been fully vaccinated in a third country with an EMA approved vaccination are also exempt if at least 14 days have passed from the date of administration of the last vaccination dose (in this case, it is necessary to have a completed certificate which is available on the Ministry of Health’s website).
Forms and Declarations
Fill in the digital Passenger Locator Form, which is available here.
For the latest information regarding entry regulations and public health measures which are currently in effect in the Czech Republic, please click here.
Requirements for Entry into Malta from the Czech Republic
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Before booking a flight, we advise you to contact your airline for guidance in relation to health and safety protocols at your destination or any airline specific requirements in place.