More good news today. The Czech government updated their website this morning with a new list of countries able to enter the Czech Republic.
Now in the Green zone are the following countries:
Austria, Bulgaria, Croatia, Cyprus, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Hungary, Iceland, Ireland, Italy, Lichenstein, Lithuania, Latvia, Luxembourg, Malta, Netherlands, Norway, Poland, Romania, Slovakia, Slovenia, Spain and Switzerland.
Moved to the Orange zone are:
Great Britain and Belgium
ands in the Red zone are:
Portugal and Sweden and a small area of Poland Silesian Volvodeship
The green zone means low risk and you can enter the Czech Republic without test or quarantine, however once you confirm your attendance we shall send you a National Theatre stamped letter so that you can indicate that you are not just tourists as tourism is still discouraged.
The orange Zone means there is an entry ban except for the exceptions as defined by the Ministry of Health which again we will look into in further detail but it would certainly mean a PCR test and restricted travel in the country (ie from accommodation to studios).
Red zone means more or less the same as orange zone except slightly stronger Czech citizen restrictions as well.
Daria has been in contact with the authorities and those in the Green zone may still not enter as purely tourists, but with a letter from us to say they are to attend our course at the National Theatre it will be fine.
Let us hope that in the next two weeks or so that the other countries will catch up and be able to enter as well.