- A ban on travel abroad from the Czech Republic for Czech citizens and foreigners with a permanent or temporary stay status for over 90 days.

- A ban on travel to the Czech Republic for all foreigners.

- Quarantine for all citizens returning from at-risk countries: China, Korea, Iran, Italy, Spain, Austria, Germany, Switzerland, Sweden, Netherlands, Belgium, Britain, Norway, Denmark, and France.

- Border controls are in place.

- Restrictions on air, train, and bus services.


Closure of the following institutions:

- Schools

- Cultural institutions

- Sports facilities, fitness and wellness centres



- The restriction of free movement: people are only allowed to leave their homes in order to commute to work, be with family members, buy essential goods, and settle urgent official matters.

- Everyone is obliged to wear protective masks when moving in public.


Shops and services:

- Pharmacies, grocery stores and other necessary shops remain open with limited opening hours; petrol stations remain open without restrictions. All other shops and service establishments are closed.

- Supermarkets are reserved for senior and at-risk citizens from 8am to 10am.

- All hotels, restaurants, bars, pubs, wine bars, and cafés are closed, except for takeaway refreshments through a window.


Transport in Prague:

- Prague public transport – metros, trams and buses – operates in a limited, holiday mode. Further information can be found at:

- Paid parking is cancelled until further notice.


Authorities and institutions:

- Public offices are open for three hours, one or two days a week, and offer limited services.

- Prague City Hall remains open in Škoda Palace: office hours are on Wednesdays from 1pm to 4pm.


Current and detailed information is available on the following websites:

Czech Ministry of Health:

Czech Ministry of Foreign Affairs:

Czech Ministry of the Interior:

Government of the Czech Republic: