Czech Republic Travel Health Advice
There are no vaccination requirements for international travellers, and no major health risks associated with travel to the Czech Republic. Vaccinations are recommended for hepatitis A and hepatitis B. Long-term visitors to forested areas may want to seek medical advice about immunisation against tick-borne encephalitis. Medical facilities are good in Prague, but may be more limited in rural areas. A reciprocal health agreement with the UK entitles citizens with a European Health Insurance Card (EHIC) to free emergency health care. Comprehensive medical insurance is advised.
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