Prague x coronavirus update

Protective public health measures are still necessary in order to prevent community spreading of the virus. To keep you up to date, we regularly update the information we have on the current situation in Prague.

Testing centers

There are many centers providing PCR and antigen testing in Prague. The City of Prague created a complete list of testing sites, including detailed information about individual workplaces, which you can easily filter according to your own needs.

Testing sites are also available at the Prague Airport; more info here.

Measures and restrictions


Respirators (FFP2/KN 95) are no longer required in any facilities.

Everyone is encouraged to generally behave in a responsible manner to minimize risks.

RESTAURANTS AND OTHER CULINARY ESTABLISHMENTS

  • People no longer have to show vaccination certificates or proof of recovery to enter restaurants and other culinary establishments.

ACCOMMODATION FACILITIES

  • People no longer have to show vaccination certificates or proof of recovery to stay at hotels or other accommodation facilities.

MUSEUMS, GALLERIES, MONUMENTS

  • Museums, galleries, heritage sites, exhibition spaces, fairs, castles, chateaux, zoological and botanical gardens operate without any restrictions.

CULTURAL EVENTS, CLUBS AND CONGRESSES

  • There are no longer any limits on the size of either seated or standing events.
  • People no longer have to show vaccination certificates or proof of recovery to enter cultural events, clubs and congresses.

AMATEUR AND PROFESSIONAL SPORTS ACTIVITIES

  • Indoor sports grounds, artificial swimming pools, saunas, salt caves, and wellness are open to the public.
  • People no longer have to show vaccination certificates or proof of recovery to enter sports events.
  • There are no longer any limits on the size of either seated or standing events.

Health services

If you have reason to suspect you might be ill with the coronavirus and have flu-like symptoms (dry cough, fever, joint pain), call the coronavirus hotlines:

National Institute of Public Health:
 + 420 724 810 106 or  + 420 725 191 367.

Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Czech Republic:
 + 420 224 181 111 or  + 420 224 182 425

Useful websites with more information about the current Covid-19 situation:

 covid.gov.cz/en
  praha.eu
  koronavirus.mzcr.cz

An overview of embassies based in the Czech Republic, including contact information, can be found here.

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