Covid19

EUREP21

COVID-19 RULES AND REGULATIONS AT EUREP21

The EUREP21 meeting will proceed as a physical meeting in Prague.
As your safety remains our top priority, we will strictly adhere to the COVID-19 regulations implemented at the venue and in the Czech Republic.

To get the best out of your EUREP21 experience and to maintain safety precautions, please refer to the COVID-19 rules and regulations found below:

1.You must be vaccinated or fully recovered to participate at EUREP21.

2. To ensure safety and regardless of your vaccination status, you are required to take a COVID-19 PCR test within 48 hours of your travel and present this upon registration on Thursday 3 February.

Please note that there may be additional travel restrictions from your country of origin, including a proof of vaccination or a negative PCR or antigen test result. It is your responsibility to be aware of these restrictions and prepare the necessary documentation.

In case you have recovered from COVID-19, but still have a positive test, you can show a recovery certificate.

3. Please choose your airline carefully. We recommend purchasing flexible tickets and avoiding the low-cost options whenever possible.

4. It is mandatory to complete the arrival form for travelers arriving in the Czech Republic.
You can find more information at https://koronavirus.mzcr.cz/wp-content/uploads/2021/08/passenger-locator-form-covid-19.pdf and https://plf.uzis.cz/.

5. It is mandatory to do a rapid antigen test each day. These self-tests will be supplied by the organisation onsite.

6. Opportunities for sanitizing your hands will be available throughout the venue.

7. It is mandatory to wear a face mask in the venue except while eating and drinking.

8. If you are required to take a PCR or antigen test when traveling back to your country, this can be done via the hotel. How? Please read the following document carefully: Safe2Travel_Brochure

We ask you to check the EUREP21 website regularly as safety measures may change.

Please note that we will not be held responsible for any changes in the COVID-19 rules and regulations that might occur before during your stay.

Updated on 20 January 2022