Czech Republic, Epidemic, Level 5: COVID-19 pandemic – Czech Republic [Update 104]

Update 2021-03-08: According to reports from Monday (08 March), the Czech Republic has updated its list of high-risk countries. The following countries and areas have been classified as red: Greece, Latvia, Andorra, Belgium, Bulgaria, France, Italy, Ireland, Croatia, Cyprus, Lithuania, Liechtenstein, Luxembourg, Hungary, the Netherlands, Poland, Portugal and Madeira, Austria, Romania, Germany, Sweden, Switzerland, Spain, Canary Islands. The following countries and areas have been put in the orange category: Finland, Denmark, Norway, the Azores and the Balearic Islands.
Currently, only Malta is classified as dark red. Travellers from dark red countries must fill out an arrival form as well as present a negative COVID-19 test. Either a rapid test no older than 24 hours or a PCR test no older than 72 hours. Subsequently, travellers from dark red countries must enter into a self-isolation period which can be shortened by conducting another COVID-19 PCR test, no earlier than five days after arrival.