With the Delta variant spreading in Europe and the numbers of infections on the rise again, particularly in Prague, the Czech government is changing the rules for the vaccinated. New rules will be applied at the Czech borders.Related articleRead more
People who have been fully immunised will be considered safe and will enjoy advantages over those who have not been vaccinated, Czech Health Minister Adam Vojtěch announced.
The definition of a fully immunised person will be similar to the one applied in Slovakia starting on the same date.
As of July 9, the Czech authorities will recognise as vaccinated those who have received the second dose of two-dose vaccines at least 14 days prior to travelling, or those who have received the single-dose Johnson & Johnson vaccine at least 21 days prior.
2. Jul 2021 at 12:19 | Compiled by Spectator staff