Covid-19: Denmark reclassifies Bulgaria as a “yellow” zone, the Czech Republic rates Bulgaria as a high risk

The authorities in Denmark have removed Bulgaria, Liechtenstein, Norway and Sweden from the Covid-19 “green” category and included it in the “yellow” category, the Ministry of Foreign Affairs announced in Sofia on August 22nd.

The Ministry of Foreign Affairs said that in practice there is no difference between measures for foreigners entering from EU and Schengen countries in the “green” and “yellow” category and the Schengen visa area and the Schengen visa zone if they do have a valid vaccination card or a doctor’s certificate of Covid disease -19.

The ministry said the Czech Republic upgraded Bulgaria from a medium risk country to a high risk country on August 23.

Anyone entering the Czech Republic from Bulgaria should fill out an electronic travel form in advance and present it at the border crossing upon request. You can find the form at

You must have a negative PCR test no later than 72 hours prior to travel. This obligation does not apply to persons who present proof of vaccination or illness.

People entering the Czech Republic from Bulgaria must self-isolate. Between the fifth and the 14thNS The day after your arrival you will have to do another PCR test.

The Czech Republic’s anti-epidemic rules for EU citizens:

Rules for non-EU citizens:

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