Rules and recommendations
Spa treatment rehabilitation care is provided only if it is at least partially reimbursed from the public health insurance except for patients who have undergone a laboratory-confirmed covid-19, even if they are self-payers. It is not allowed to provide wellness and recreational stays.
The spa rehabilitation care can only be provided to a citizen of the Czech Republic, a citizen of the European Union or holder of a valid long-term visa or long-term, temporary or permanent residence permit for the Czech Republic, issued by the Czech Republic.
All patients must prove that:
a negative RT-PCR test no more than 7 days old,
a negative POC (antigen) test no more than 72 hours old (can be proven by employer's self-test certificate or with sworn statement),
laboratory-confirmed covid-19 disease within 180 days prior to the date of the event,
administration of at least the first dose of covid-19 vaccine, with at least 22 days have elapsed since that dose, and at least 14 days have elapsed since that dose in the case of a single-dose vaccine,
or undergo an on-site POC (antigen) test with negative results.
In addition, patients who are tested on arrival must undergo an RT-PCR or POC antigen test for covid-19 at least once every 7 days during their stay in the spa.
People can be accommodated in the room one at a time, except for members of the same household.
If you are going to have a spa stay, follow the increased hygienic measures and wear a respirator in the common areas. You do not need a respirator in the spa pools and saunas.
Other serious diseases and medical care cannot be neglected due to covid-19. If your doctor prescribes a spa and does not have coronavirus symptoms, you can visit a spa/health care centre.
The more considerate you are to other spa guests and staff, the safer the spa will be for everyone while adhering to basic hygiene measures.