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Conditions for completing the Arrival and Entry Form for vaccinated persons and persons who have had covid.



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Description of what is meant by a completed Arrival Form, fully vaccinated person, international certificate, etc.

The Ministry of Health of the Czech Republic stipulates:

According to point III/3 (only in Czech), the fulfillment of the obligation to submit a completed Arrival Form means submission in a form that allows unambiguous identification of the holder and checking of the completed data; the electronic Arrival Form is available on the website www.prijezdovyformular.cz; personal data processed in excess of § 79 par. 1 of Act No 258/2000 Coll. are the number of the travel document, nationality, e-mail address, and telephone number; by filling in and submitting the Entry Form, the entry into the territory of the Czech Republic is notified to the regional sanitary station competent according to the place of residence or declared residence by remote access,

According to point III/4 (only in Czech), the SARS-CoV-2 test means:

(a) in the case of antigen testing, written confirmation by a health service provider authorized to provide health services in the country of a negative antigen test result, not older than 48 hours from the date of the antigen test,

(b) in the case of RT-PCR testing, written confirmation from an accredited laboratory of a negative RT-PCR test result not older than 72 hours from the date of the RT-PCR test; or

(c) from 1 July 2021, in the case of a test carried out in a territory covered by the European Union Digital COVID Certificate Regulation¹, only a test certificate issued in accordance with the European Union Digital COVID Certificate Regulation¹ which is not older than 48 hours from the date of the antigen test or 72 hours from the date of the RT-PCR test for countries bound by that Regulation.

According to point III/5 (only in Czech), a vaccinated person is defined as a person who presents a national certificate of vaccination against COVID-19 issued in the Member States of the European Union and who does not show any symptoms of COVID-19.

According to point III/6 (only in Czech), a national certificate of vaccination is considered to be a written certificate issued until 30 June 2021, at least in English, by an authorised body operating in the Czech Republic or in another Member State of the European Union, the model of which is published in the list of recognised national certificates on the website of the Ministry of Health of the Czech Republic, which contains information on the person vaccinated, the type of vaccine administered, the date of administration of the vaccine, the identification of the body that issued the certificate, and the vaccination has expired:

(a) in the case of a two-dose schedule according to the Summary of Product Characteristics, at least 22 days but not more than 3 months after the administration of the first dose of the vaccine,

(b) in the case of a two-dose schedule according to the summary of product characteristics and in the case of a second dose of vaccine, not more than 9 months after the first dose of vaccine,

(c) in the case of a single-dose schedule according to the Summary of Product Characteristics, at least 14 days but not more than 9 months after the administration of the vaccine dose; if the certificate is issued by an authorised body, it shall be published in the list of recognized national certificates on the website of the Ministry of Health of the Czech Republic.

According to point III/6a, that the national vaccination certificate is, as of 1 July 2021, the vaccination certificate issued in accordance with the European Union Regulation on the digital COVID certificate², where the vaccination has expired

(a) in the case of a two-dose schedule, according to the Summary of Product Characteristics, at least 22 days but not more than 3 months after the administration of the first dose of vaccine,

(b) in the case of a two-dose schedule according to the summary of product characteristics and in the case of a second dose of vaccine, not more than 9 months after the first dose of vaccine,

(c) in the case of a single-dose schedule as specified in the summary of product characteristics, at least 14 days but not more than 9 months after the administration of the vaccine dose.

According to point III/7 (only in Czech), the national certificate of completed vaccination is considered to be a written certificate issued at least in English by an authorized entity operating in a third country to a citizen of the Czech Republic or a citizen of the European Union with a temporary residence certificate or permanent residence permit issued by the Czech Republic, stating that vaccination with an agent approved by the European Medicines Agency has been fully completed and its model is published in the list of recognized national certificates on the website of the Ministry of Health of the Czech Republic; the written certificate must contain details of the person vaccinated, the type of vaccine administered, the date of administration of the vaccine, the identification of the body that issued the certificate and these details must be verifiable by remote access directly from the written certificate, and the vaccination has been administered at least 14 days but not more than 9 months after the administration of the vaccine dose.

According to point III/8 (only in Czech), until 30 June 2021, a person shall be considered to have COVID-19 if he/she proves that he/she has COVID-19 according to point III.8 letter a) or a written medical certificate in English containing a stamp, the doctor's identification data and his/her telephone number, issued by a doctor working in the Czech Republic or in another Member State of the European Union, stating that the person

(a) has no clinical signs of COVID-19, has been proven to have COVID-19,

(b) has undergone isolation to the specified extent under the applicable emergency measures of the Ministry of Health of the Czech Republic or of another Member State of the European Union due to a positive result of an RT-PCR test for the presence of SARS-CoV-2 virus; and

(c) at least 11 days but not more than 180 days have elapsed since the first positive result of the RT-PCR test for SARSCoV-2;

and holders of a diplomatic note issued by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Czech Republic, which may include citizens of the Czech Republic and their family members travelling with them as referred to in point II.2 e) with a permit for temporary residence in the territory of the Czech Republic, citizens of the European Union with a certificate of temporary residence in the territory of the Czech Republic or foreigners with a permit for permanent residence in the territory of the Czech Republic issued by the Czech Republic, certifying documented isolation due to COVID-19 in the country of departure prior to entry into the territory of the Czech Republic; the diplomatic note shall not normally be issued earlier than 14 days after the first positive result of the RT-PCR test for SARS-CoV-2.

According to point III/8a (only in Czech), a person who has suffered from COVID-19 disease as of 1. July 2021, a person who presents a certificate of COVID-19 issued in accordance with the European Union Regulation on the digital COVID certificate3 and at least 11 days, but not more than 180 days, have elapsed since the first positive result of the RT-PCR test for the presence of SARS-CoV-2 virus, and holders of a diplomatic note issued by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Czech Republic, who may be citizens of the Czech Republic and their travelling family members as referred to in point II. 2 letter e) with a permit for temporary residence in the territory of the Czech Republic, citizens of the European Union with a certificate of temporary residence in the territory of the Czech Republic or foreigners with a permit for permanent residence in the territory of the Czech Republic issued by the Czech Republic, certifying documented isolation due to COVID-19 in the country of departure before entering the territory of the Czech Republic; the diplomatic note shall not normally be issued earlier than 14 days after the first positive result of the RT-PCR test for SARS-CoV-2.

According to point III/9 (only in Czech), self-isolation means restricting freedom of movement to the minimum necessary, except:

(a) Travel strictly necessary for the provision of the basic necessities of life and for the care of children,

(b) journeys strictly necessary to provide for the care of animals, the use of essential financial and postal services, refuelling; this does not apply to persons referred to in point I.8,

(c) acute travel to medical facilities,

(d) journeys to social service facilities; this does not apply to persons referred to in point I.8,

(e) journeys for urgent official business; this does not apply to persons referred to in point I.8,

(f) funerals; this shall not apply to persons referred to in point I.8.

The full wording of the measure can be found here (only in Czech).

 

¹ A reference to the approved text of the Regulation will be added as soon as the text is published in the Official Journal of the EU.

² Reference to the approved text of the Regulation will be added as soon as the text is published in the Official Journal of the EU.