November 20, 2021 188 dvomi

Extraordinary measures valid from 11/22/2021

Dear students, 

I would like to inform you that on 18 November 20201, a new Government Resolution No. 1032 was promulgated, amending the extraordinary measure of 27 October 2021 (ref. MZDR 14600/2021-20/MIN/KAN, as amended by the extraordinary measure of 1 November 2021, ref. MZDR 14600/2021-21/MIN/KAN, with effect from 22 November 2021 from 00:00 a.m., ref. MZDR 14600/2021-21/MIN/KAN,  and the Emergency Measure of 12 November 2021, ref. MZDR 14600/2021-22/MIN/KAN), by repealing the following rule: or the student undergoes a rapid antigen test (RAT) on site to determine the presence of SARS-CoV-2 virus antigen intended for self-testing (use by a lay person), the result of which will be negative; similar applies if the student proves on the spot that he has undergone a rapid antigen test under the supervision of a healthcare professional through an online service no later than 24 hours ago and proves passing this test and its negative result by confirming the health service provider ...". 

I. Entrance to the dormitories 

In practice, this will mean that from 22.11.2021 from 00.00 a.m. it will not be possible to prove a self-test when entering the dormitories, but for entry to the dormitories it will be necessary to prove every 7 days: 

  1. vaccination against COVID-19 and supported by a national certificate of vaccination carried out or a certificate of vaccination carried out issued under the European Union Regulation on the EU Digital COVID Certificate, provided that at least 14 days have elapsed since the completed vaccination schedule; a written confirmation issued at least in English by an authorised person operating in a third country, a model of which is published in the list of recognised national certificates on the website of the Ministry of Health; the written confirmation shall contain details of the person vaccinated, the type of vaccine administered, the date of administration of the vaccine, the identification of the person who issued the certificate, and these data shall be capable of being verified by remote access directly from the written confirmation, provided that the vaccination has been carried out
    1.  a medicinal product containing a COVID-19 vaccine which has been granted a marketing authorisation in accordance with Regulation (EC) No 726/2004, or
    2. a medicinal product the manufacture of which complies with the medicinal product patent referred to in point (i), provided that the medicinal product is also approved by the World Health Organisation for emergency use;
    3. a person has had a laboratory-confirmed covid-19 disease, the period of ordered isolation has passed and no more than 180 days have passed since the first positive rapid antigen test (RAT) for the presence of SARS-CoV-2 virus antigen or RT-PCR test for the presence of SARS-CoV-2 virus.
    4. 3.      PCR test not older than 72 hours proven confirmation from the health service provider,
    5. 4.      an antigen test not older than 24 hours by a proven confirmation from a health service provider 

II. Right to perform a PCR test

For the sake of completeness, I would like to add that according to Government Resolution No. 1029 also of 18.11.2021, with effect from 22.11.2021 from 00:00 a.m. until the revocation of this measure, an examination to determine the presence of the SARS-CoV-2 virus is ordered by means of an RT-PCR test in persons referred to in Article II , who participate in public health insurance in the Czech Republic if they apply for an RT-PCR test and prove themselves with an insurance card or a replacement document, in the case of persons referred to in Article II. (a) to (c) not more than five times per calendar month and, in the case of the persons referred to in Point II(a), (d) no more than twice per calendar month 

Article. II. Then reads:

Persons to whom the examination referred to in Article I is carried out at their request shall be:

a) Persons up to 18 years of age,

b) persons who cannot undergo vaccination against COVID-19 because of a contraindication; they are obliged to prove this fact to the health service provider who performs the examination by recording it in the Information System of Infectious Diseases (ISIN) containing explicit information that a person cannot undergo vaccination against COVID-19 for health reasons, or a medical certificate containing an explicit indication that the person cannot undergo vaccination against COVID-19 for health reasons and that this fact is stated in the Information System of Infectious Diseases (ISIN),

c) persons vaccinated against COVID-10, provided that:

i. a period of 14 days has not passed since the administration of the first dose of vaccine in the case of a single-dose schedule according to the Summary of Product Characteristics (hereinafter referred to as the 'SPC') on the date of the request for testing, or

ii. in the case of a two-dose scheme under the SPC, they have not yet received a second dose of vaccine and the maximum time prescribed for the administration of the second dose of vaccine under the SPC has not passed since the first dose of vaccine on the date of the request for testing, or

iii. a period of 14 days has not passed since the administration of the second dose of vaccine in the  case of the SPC two-dose schedule on the date of the request for testing; they are obliged to prove this fact to the health service provider who performs the examination,

(d) persons vaccinated against COVID-19 who provide evidence of a national certificate of vaccination carried out or a certificate of vaccination carried out issued under the European Union Regulation on the EU Digital COVID1 Certificate, provided that at least 14 days have elapsed since the completed vaccination schedule; a written confirmation issued at least in English by an authorized person operating in a third country, a specimen of which is published in the list of recognized national certificates on the website of the Ministry of Health, is considered to be a national certificate of vaccination carried out, the written confirmation must contain the details of the person vaccinated, the type of vaccine administered, the date of administration of the vaccine, the identification of the person who issued the confirmation, and these data must be able to be verified by remote access directly from the written confirmation, provided that the vaccination has been carried out

i. a medicinal product containing a COVID-19 vaccine which has been granted a marketing authorisation in accordance with Regulation (EC) No 726/2004, or

ii. a medicinal product the manufacture of which complies with the medicinal product patent referred to in point (i), provided that the medicinal product is also approved by the World Health Organisation for emergency use. 

I trust that you will continue to approach all the measures and restrictions imposed by them responsibly, for which I thank you very much. 

JUDr. Tomáš Horáček
Bursar 

In Prague  November, 19, 2021

 

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