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Cecil eliminates the need for isolation for people coming from the Netherlands and Spain

Residents of Estonia, France, Croatia, Lithuania and Luxembourg will soon be switched from orange to green without having to undergo COVID-19 testing and isolation to enter the Czech Republic.

Therefore, those coming from the above countries will be exempted from all restrictions from June 29, according to Schengenvisenfo.com.

Except for the newly added countries on the list, The Green type: This includes all of the following countries:

European countries: Albania, Bulgaria, Finland, Iceland, Italy, Liechtenstein, Hungary, Malta, Norway, Poland, Austria, San Marino, Northern Macedonia, Romania, Slovakia, Germany, Serbia, Vatican City, Balearic Islands and Madeira

Non-European countries: Australia, Hong Kong and Macau, Israel, Japan, Korea, Lebanon, New Zealand, Singapore, United States, Thailand and Taiwan

Meanwhile, the Ministry of Health of Czechoslovakia has announced that it will travel to the Netherlands and Spain Orange Type: First Monday.

In last week’s announcement, both countries were on Chekia’s red list.

In addition to the two newly added countries, the orange category includes Andorra, Belgium, Denmark, Ireland, Cyprus, Latvia, Monaco, Portugal, Greece, Slovenia, Sweden and Switzerland.

All persons coming from both countries or from another country in the Orange category must complete the attendance form. In addition, those who use air, bus or train as a means of transportation to reach Chekia must be tested for COVID-19 before entering the country.

As for those traveling with their personal vehicles, they are not subject to the test requirement before entering the checkpoint. However, they must be tested late on the fifth day of their arrival in the country.

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This includes classifying countries based on the risk levels of the Czech Republic Red type. As of Monday, the Canary Islands will be part of this list.

“Includes countries at high risk of pollution from traffic lights (red type). The Canary Islands currently fall into this category. Individuals returning from these countries must complete an attendance form before returning and undergo antigen or PCR testing before returning to the Czech Republic. The ministry said.

Countries not named by any category fall into the dark red category of Czechoslovakia.

In addition, due to the potential for the spread of COVID-19, types of countries have been placed Black type Entering Chekhov territory is prohibited. The black category includes Botswana, Brazil, Colombia, India, South Africa, Lesotho, Mozambique, Malawi, Nepal, Peru, Swaziland, Zambia and Zimbabwe.

Chekhov was one of the first countries to issue EU government-19 passports to Bulgaria, Denmark, Croatia, Germany, Greece and Poland.