The Czech Republic is facing emergency surgery in cases of COVID-19.
As the problem escalated, the country unveiled a number of new measures to prevent the disease on Wednesday. The disease reached new heights in late April in the country. European countries have legal face masks and have also provided restaurants, bars, and nightclubs to check if consumers have the required COVID-19 vaccine since November 1.
The Czech government also spends a lot of time on the accuracy of negative COVID-19 tests.
The country has reported 3,246 positive cases of COVID-19 as of Tuesday, double the number from last week. The Czech Ministry of Health said the figure is the highest since April 20, 2021.
Protocol for entry to Prague
1) Travelers from low- and middle-income countries must complete an entry form and undergo an antigen or PCR test before or within five days of arrival.
2) Passengers entering highly critical areas must complete an entry form and pass an incorrect PCR test before arrival. Upon arrival on the fifth day, they will first undergo another RT-PCR test. Until they get negative results, it is important to get rid of them.
3) Passengers with COVID-19 in the last 180 days (need to obtain a medical certificate from an EU + country where the expiration date or EU digital certificate has expired and will not go through the testing and separation process.
4) Travelers who have been fully vaccinated in EU + countries will not separate for at least 14 days after the introduction of the last vaccine.