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Rules and recommendations

It is possible to provide rehabilitation and spa care for patients whose stay is at least partially covered by public health insurance, as well as care for patients who pay for their stay themselves.

All patients must prove that

  • a negative RT-PCR test no more than 7 days old, 

  • a negative RAT (antigen) test no more than 72 hours old,

  • laboratory-confirmed covid-19 disease within 180 days prior to the date of the event,

  • vaccination, provided the last dose (i.e., in case of a two-dose vaccination scheme, the second one, in case of a single-dose vaccination scheme, the first one) has been administered at least 14 days prior to the stay, 

  • 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 RAT antigen test for covid-19 at least once every 7 days during their stay in the spa.

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.

Frequent questions about this topic

I have been tested positive for Covid-19; can I visit spa?
Can I visit a spa for a purpose of wellness stay?
Can I visit a spa based on a prescription from my GP, after surgery, etc.?
Can I be visited in a spa?
Can I enter the spa swimming pool if I'm not staying at the spa?
Is a negative Covid test result necessary when entering the spa?
Am I obliged to wear face mask in common areas?
What is the name of the program offering discounts for spa visits?