Exceptions to the border crossing will be exempted, for example, by Cypriot citizens and their family members or permanent residents. However, they must pass the covid-19 test upon arrival and enter the two-week quarantine, regardless of whether they tested positive or negative.
Based on epidemiological data, the Cypriot Ministry of Health has newly reclassified the Czechia together with Hungary to the list of “category C” countries where there is the highest risk of infection. Among the EU countries in this category are, for example, Bulgaria, France, Croatia, Spain and the Netherlands.
Until now, the Czech Republic belonged to the “category B”. Upon arrival from category B countries, travelers in Cyprus must prove themselves with a negative test for coronavirus.
Slovakia has also announced the inclusion of the entire Czech Republic as a high-risk country on Friday, September 18. Restrictions or mandatory quarantines or tests on covid-19 for people from the Czech Republic or only from Prague also apply in Belgium, Britain, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, Ireland, Hungary, Germany, Norway, Slovenia and Switzerland.