Hungary, Germany, Poland, Austria, Slovakia, Slovenia, Croatia – of these countries, Czechs and foreigners can return to our territory without restrictions if they received the first dose of the vaccine at least 21 days ago. However, the conditions for entering their territory are different.
Hungary, Croatia and Austria are the only seven countries where Czechs can go without restrictions 21 days after the first dose of vaccination. Only people who are already fully vaccinated and who have received a second dose for 14 days can travel to Germany, Poland, Slovenia and Slovakia without a test.
“We will work on this reciprocity, that is our goal. I think the situation in Europe will improve and it will be possible to travel with this single dose,” says Foreign Minister Jakob Kolhanik (CSSD).
Travel between countries
“If you want to travel from Austria, where there is one valid dose, to Germany, where both doses are needed, you should do an antigen test or a PCR test,” Kolhaneke points out.
Traveling with the family
The Secretary of State calculates that “if vaccinated, he has the opportunity to travel without the need for a test. If it is a person who has not been vaccinated with him, he should have an antigen test or a polymerase chain reaction test.”
At least some states will exempt children from testing. In Croatia, for example, children under the age of 12, accompanied by their parents, can travel without tests. The State Department is now negotiating with Bulgaria and Greece, for example. Even there, future travel is possible only with the first dose of the vaccine.
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