Based on a definition by the Czech Ministry of Interior, a commuter is a person who crosses borders with the Czech Republic’s neighbouring countries (Poland, Slovakia, Germany, and Austria) regularly, but he/she does not have a permanent residence in the country where he/she works. These commuters can enter and leave the Czech Republic under specific conditions. They are allowed to work in a neighbouring country for two weeks or for longer. After their return to the Czech Republic, they are subject to a mandatory two-week quarantine. Subsequent to the completion of that quarantine, they are permitted to work abroad again.
There are exceptions for workers in critical infrastructure such as medical staff and social workers who can cross borders regularly without being subject to mandatory quarantine. Such an approach was adopted following negotiations between the governments of the Czech Republic, Austria, and Germany.
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