Coronavirus in Czechia: Respirators in the Workplace, New Test Validity and Stricter Checks in Restaurants

The COVID-19 situation in the Czech Republic is slowly getting worse once again. In reaction, the Ministry of Health has come up with several new restrictions. These include the return of respirators in the workplace from 25 October, and the shortening of validity for both antigen and PCR tests, stricter checks of the O-N-T system in restaurants, and the end of free testing for non-vaccinated individuals from 1 November.

Buy Your Dream Home in Czechia with Our Property Sales Division Manager Marek Viktor

Expats often talk about the Czech Republic as their home away from home. But have you ever thought about buying or selling an apartment here? Whether you’re planning on settling here long-term or you’re looking for a safe investment, we can guide you through the world of Czech real estate. Our Property Sales Division Manager Marek has a lot of experience with assisting foreigners in buying and selling property. He’s ready to help you find your dream home!

Are You Pregnant? Telling Your Employer and Adapting Your Daily Routines at Work

For some women, announcing their pregnancy at work can be difficult or uncomfortable. There is no correct way to do it, but here are some ideas on how to increase your chances of getting a positive response (and ensuring a good return from your maternity leave).

Tips on Traveling from and to the Czech Republic in the Times of Coronavirus

Coming to the Czech Republic as a tourist? Or maybe as a new student? Due to the current coronavirus restrictions, which will probably stick around for a while, traveling abroad might be a bit more tricky than usual. However, you can still enjoy it as much as possible if you take care of some important matters first, such as filling out the Passenger Locator Form.

Fly on the Plane, Take the Bus, Hop on the Tram: Czech Public Transport System

Since the Czech Republic is located in the heart of Europe, it is often used as a transitory point, which is why it’s so easily accessible. The country’s inter-city connections and public transport system are excellent as well. But not all public city transport systems are alike! For example, did you know that Prague is the only Czech city with a metro? And have you heard of the unique night bus system operating in Brno? Read more in our article.

Coronavirus in Czechia: Third-Country Vaccination Certificates, Stricter Airport Checks, Booster Shots, and More

Let us help you stay on top of the most recent COVID-19 news! While fully vaccinated citizens of selected countries will be allowed to enter Czechia for any reason without restrictions, international airports are coming up with stricter checks. Additionally, the Ministry of Health announces the option to get a booster shot after 8 months and the black category has been eliminated from the traveler’s map.

Want to Study in Czechia? Keep These Key Immigration Matters in Mind

Are you a third-country citizen planning to study in the Czech Republic or are you already studying here? One way or another, you should double-check that you know how to apply for your visa, what to do when you get to the Czech Republic, how to extend your permit once it expires, and what to do when you want to leave the country for a vacation and your visa extension hasn’t yet been approved.

Domeq 2 & 3: Even Swankier Coliving Experience Soon in Brno

If you were to take a walk along the Ponávka river these days, you’d see that two brand new buildings have grown next to Domeq, Brno’s unique coliving project. They are Domeq 2 & 3 – Domeq’s two younger siblings – and they will offer all of the same things as Domeq with a number of extra cherries on top, including air conditioning and balconies with a stunning view of Brno’s Špilberk castle. Want to know more, including how to reserve a unit? Read on!

Changes in Immigration Law: Purchase Comprehensive Health Insurance from Slavia by 1 August 2021 and Save Money

If you aren’t covered by public health insurance, you need to purchase comprehensive health insurance from a commercial insurance company. According to the new version of the Czech immigration law, you can only buy this insurance from the PVZP from 2 August 2021. If you don’t want the PVZP insurance, you can still get insured with Slavia for cheaper if you close your contract by 1 August 2021.

Changes in the Law from August 2021: Health Insurance, Permits for EU Citizens, and Administration Fees

The Czech government amended the law about foreigners living in Czechia, valid from 2 August 2021. These changes include for example the obligation to purchase comprehensive health insurance solely from the insurance company PVZP for the first five years of their stay, the renaming of a residence permit document for EU citizens, administration fees of 200 CZK for residence permits and their extensions, and new identification documents for third-country citizens containing biometric data.