LAST UPDATE: June 14, 2022, 3:00 p.m.

LATEST NEWS: As of May 5,  the obligation to wear a respirator in public spaces ended. 


Other conditions can also be set by carriers, such as airlines or travel agencies, etc., so it is always necessary to verify the conditions of a particular company.


  • it is currently possible to arrive in Spain without further conditions
  • this regime also applies to the Canary Islands


  • it is possible to arrive in Italy without further conditions, but respirators remain mandatory on aircraft to Italy until June 15, 2022
  • in public transport, museums, cinemas and other events in enclosed spaces, it is mandatory to wear an FFP2 respirator.


  • a vaccination certificate is required on admission (European vaccination certificate is valid for a maximum of 9 months from the last dose of the basic vaccination), or confirmation of disease (max. 180 days after the first positive test) or test (PCR valid for 72 hours, antigen 48 hours) – applies to persons over 12 years of age
  • obligation to present a sanitary passport (certificate of completed vaccination / certificate of completion of COVID-19 / certificate of performed test older than 24 hours) for entry to medical facilities, retirement homes, facilities for the disabled
  • instructions for compliance with hygienic rules apply (hand washing, spacing, regular ventilation)


  • it is possible to arrive without additional conditions
  • mandatory drapes or respirators in medical and social care facilities


  • it is possible to arrive without conditions, but the Greek Government may provide that the conditions of entry may change according to the situation in Greece or the traveler’s country of origin.
  • mandatory respirator FFP2 / KN95 / N95 (or double surgical mask) in public transport, taxis, ship interiors, medical facilities and pharmacies


  • an entry form (traveler’s declaration) and a confirmation of completed vaccination with a QR code or test (PCR or antigenic) not older than 72 hours is required; the test can also be taken at some Egyptian airports, but the Ministry of Foreign Affairs will not
  • each passenger must have health travel insurance and all passengers will also have their temperature measured upon arrival at the airport


  • it is possible to arrive without further conditions; however, in the case of travel through a country other than the Czech Republic, or in the case of a previous stay in another country, the conditions apply
  • health checks at airports and ports are still in place
  • mandatory masks for the public inside public transport and medical facilities, mandatory distance
  •  the situation on the part of the Turkish authorities may change, and it is always recommended to check directly with the Turkish authorities


  • it is possible to arrive without additional conditions
  • no local measures are in place


  • it is possible to arrive without additional conditions
  • mandatory masks or respirators in medical facilities and pharmacies


  • it is possible to arrive without further conditions; other rules apply to travel from high-risk countries to which the Czech Republic does not currently belong
  • the Länder determine their own local measures; in general, the obligation to wear respirators in public transport, hospitals, doctors and care facilities
  • some facilities (shops, restaurants) may require wearing a respirator


  • an entry form is not required, but a vaccination certificate or confirmation of a test must be submitted (PCR not older than 48 hours, antigenic not older than 24 hours)
  • children under the age of 18 do not need to present a vaccination certificate or a test certificate
  • upon arrival, rapid tests are performed at the airport at random
  • hygiene measures, such as wearing masks, and the presentation of a vaccination certificate when entering a public area (shopping center, restaurant) are strictly required on site.


  • it is possible to arrive without additional conditions
  • mandatory wearing of FFP2 respirators in medical facilities, nursing homes and homes for the elderly, in Vienna in addition to pharmacies and public transport (a mask is sufficient for children under 14)
  • filling in the arrival form is currently optional


  • one of the following must be submitted (always as a digital certificate):
    confirmation of vaccination with two doses of vaccine, at least 14 and at most 270 days since the second dose (period for single-dose vaccines applies)
    vaccination confirmation of the 3rd dose of vaccine (booster)
    confirmation of overcoming COVID-19 (valid for 180 days)
    confirmation of the performed test (PCR not older than 72 hours and antigenic not older than 24 hours before the start of the trip)
  • the certificate does not have to be submitted by children under 12 years of age
  • it is possible to arrive in Madeira without further conditions
  • the Azores have the same conditions as mainland Portugal
  • mandatory wearing of masks / respirators in public transport (including ports and airports), in taxis and similar services, in medical facilities and pharmacies and in social facilities

Cape Verde

  • it is necessary to present a digital certificate of completed vaccination, COVID-19 (valid for 90 days), or test performed (PCR not older than 72 hours and antigen not older than 48 hours before the start of the trip) – does not apply to children under 12 years of age
  • the arrival form and the sanitary control form must also be completed
  • covid pass (vaccine/test/overcoming the ilness) is necessary for entering bars and nightlife and when traveling between islands




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