Measures in force since 1 July 2021 - update from August 1

28/07/2021

Update 28.7.2021

The increase in the number of persons is effective from 1 August 2021.
From 1 July, regular testing of staff and students for attendance is no longer mandatory.

In the case of higher education institutions, the relationship with the rules set out in the emergency measure governing anti-epidemic measures for the operation of retail trade, services and other activities is clarified so that education (including professional internships) for university students, which may be organized at some higher education institutions. during the summer holidays, it will not be subject to the rules set out in this measure.

Conversely, examinations (whether routine or state examinations, etc.) are subject to the same rules as other examinations as laid down in the emergency measure governing retail, service and other activities where more than 20 persons. Universities can also organize various other educational activities, such as lifelong learning courses. These activities will be assessed according to their nature and will, as a rule, be subject to the rules laid down for educational and other actions under the emergency measure governing the operation of retail trade, services and other activities.

As of 1 July 2021, the following conditions apply to persons taking part in the exams (over 20 people at one time):

  1. the person has undergone a negative RT-PCR test for the presence of SARS-CoV-2 virus with a negative result no later than 7 days ago, or
  2. the person has passed a negative POC test for SARS-CoV-2 virus with a negative result no later than 72 hours ago, or
  3. the person has been vaccinated against covid-19 and proves by the national certificate of vaccination or national certificate of completion of vaccination that the vaccination has been completed:
    1. for at least 14 days from the administration of the second dose of vaccine in the case of a two-dose schedule according to the Summary of Product Characteristics (SPC), or
    2. at least 14 days after administration of a dose of vaccine in the case of a single dose schedule under the SPC, a national certificate of vaccination is considered to be a written certificate issued in an official language of a Member State of the European Union or in English by an authorized entity operating in the Czech Republic or another Member State of the European Union, the model of which is published in the list of recognized national certificates on the Ministry of Health website Of the Czech Republic, which contains data on the vaccinated person, the type of vaccine administered, the date of administration of the vaccine and the identification of the subject who issued the certificate; a national vaccination certificate is also considered to be a vaccination certificate issued in accordance with the European Union Regulation on the EU digital certificate COVID; A national certificate of completed vaccination is considered to be a written confirmation issued at least in English by an authorized entity operating in a third country to a Czech citizen or a European Union citizen with a certificate of temporary residence or permanent residence permit issued by the Czech Republic. was fully completed by the Agency and its model is published in the list of recognized national certificates on the website of the Ministry of Health of the Czech Republic; the written confirmation must contain details of the person to be vaccinated, the type of vaccine administered, the date of administration of the vaccine, the identification of the subject who issued the confirmation and these data must be verifiable by remote access directly from the written confirmation; or
  4. the person has undergone a laboratory-confirmed covid-19 disease, the isolation period has expired according to the valid emergency measure of the Ministry of Health and from the first positive POC antigen test for SARS-CoV-2 virus or RT-PCR test for SARS-CoV- 2 have not elapsed more than 180 days, or
  5. the person undergoes a preventive antigen test to determine the presence of SARS-CoV-2 virus antigen, which is intended for self-testing or approved by the Ministry of Health for use by a lay person, with a negative result, or
  6. the person has passed the test for the presence of SARS-CoV-2 virus antigen, which is intended for self-testing or authorized by the Ministry of Health for use by a lay person and was provided to the person by his / her employer no later than 72 hours within the obligatory testing of employees stipulated by another emergency measure of the Ministry of Health , with a negative result; this fact is substantiated by a certificate from the employer or a solemn declaration, or
  7. a person in a school or school facility has passed a test to determine the presence of SARS-CoV-2 virus antigen, which is intended for self-testing or authorized by the Ministry of Health for use by a lay person, with a negative result no later than 72 hours before 72 hours. the fact is evidenced by a solemn declaration, resp. a solemn declaration of the person's legal representative or a confirmation from the school.

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