INDIA, TO BE REMOVED FROM EXTREME-RISK CZECH TRAVEL MAP.
As Health Minister Adam Vojtěch Said, Czech Republic will remove Tunisia, Russia and India from the list of the countries posing an extreme risk of Covid infection.
For upcoming new changes no reason is mentioned as of now. The Health minister said, The south american seven states will remain in the list.
The Czech Health Ministry strongly classified those states as "extreme infection risk."
The ministry has also included a number of countries on its list where COVID-19 virus is spreading in force.
Brazil, Colombia, Paraguay, Peru, Nepal, Mozambique, and Tanzania (including the Zanzibar and Pemba islands) countries are included in the list .
The countries mentioned on the extreme infection list
( Botswana, Eswatini, South Africa, Lesotho, Namibia, Malawi, Zambia, and Zimbabwe ) will be removed from the list and restrictions will be removed for the travellers arriving from these countries.
The Czech covid-risk traveller's map updates on every Friday and the updated map goes into effect on every Monday, The map is regularly updated on the basis of the data they fetch from the European Centre for Disease Prevention and Control (ECDC).
This map shows the the level of corona-virus risk for all the countries of the world. Individual categories of the countries indicates the measure for those arriving in the Czech Republic.
After returning form countries with an extreme risk of infection, self quarantine is not required for fully vaccinated travellers and for those who had infected from the covid-19 in the past 180 days. Other travellers need to test fro covid-19 before entering the country and need to stay in self quarantine for at least 10 days at arrival, with a negative PCR report at the end of the quarantine period.