The rules on travelling abroad are frequently changing and each country is adopting their own rules. Therefore we recommend to check with your embassy or with the FCO (https://www.gov.uk/foreign-travel-advice) to get the most up to date information.
If you are considering travelling abroad, consider the risks associated with such travel – potential for being infected with COVID-19, potential for spreading the virus to others, infecting your family members in your home country, being held at the borders in quarantine etc.
If you intend to travel by car via France, you need to download this form, complete it and have it on you for potential inspection.
TRAVELLING INTO THE CZECH REPUBLIC
You will find the most up to date information about travelling into the Czech Republic on the website of the Czech Embassy in London at HERE. You can also contact them by e-mail: email@example.com
After arriving into the CR you are obliged to stay in domestic isolation for 14 days. Alternatively, you can get tested for COVID-19 at the local hygienic station and if you test negative, you don’t have to stay in quarantine.
Only Czech citizens will be allowed to enter the country; please note that the prohibition also applies to Slovak national.
TRAVELLING INTO THE SLOVAK REPUBLIC
Foreign nationals are still not allowed to enter Slovakia.
TRAVELLING INTO THE UK
From Monday 8th June 2020, arrivals into the UK will be required to stay in quarantine for 14 days. This rule will apply to arrivals by plane, public transport or by a car.