The Czech Republic will start recognizing vaccination certificates from third countries on condition that the vaccine administered is one approved by the European Medicines Agency (EMA), Health Minister Adam Vojtěch said following Monday’s government session. The measure is expected to come into force on July 1, since the authorities will need to secure means of verification.

People who have received full vaccination abroad will thus be able to enter the Czech Republic without any restrictions a fortnight after getting their second shot, and will be able to produce their vaccine certificates to gain entry to restaurants, cultural and sports events.


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