Czechia Imposes New Strict Entry Restrictions on 6 EU Countries

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Czech authorities have strengthened restrictions for unvaccinated travelers from other six European countries, confirmed the Ministry of Health.

Due to rising infection rates, Spain, France, Monaco, Portugal, Poland, and Luxembourg were added to the list of nations deemed highly affected by the COVID-19 pandemic as of Nov. 29.

Unvaccinated visitors from these countries will henceforth be subjected to pre- and post-arrival PCR testing as well as mandatory quarantine.

“RT-PCR test before traveling to the Czech Republic, another RT-PCR

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