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The government has decided to modify the current measure banning flights between Great Britain and the Czech Republic. In addition to out-patient, repatriation and rescue flights, flights shall be permitted for passengers presenting a negative antigen or RT-PCR test to the air carrier before boarding the aircraft; this must be carried out in the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland no later than 72 hours before departure. Only the following may be passengers on such a flight: Czech citizens and their family members; EU citizens who have a temporary or permanent residence permit in the Czech Republic, and their family members; holders of a valid long-term visa, long-term or permanent residence permit in the Czech Republic. Other foreigners may use such a flight only for air transit or transfer at the same airport, provided that they do not remain in the Czech Republic for more than 12 hours.