General rules for visitors entering the O2 arena following the governement measures valid from September 1st, 2021.
To enter the O2 arena, it is necessary to prove one of the points below:
- Vaccination certificate of Covid-19*
- Laboratory confirmation with evidence of Covid illness in the past 180 days
- Confirmation from the health service provider of a negative result of the PCR test – not older than 7 days before entry
- Confirmation from the health service provider of a negative result of the antigen test – not older than 72 hours before entry
Children under 6 years only need a valid ticket.
According to the most updated government regulations which should be valid from September 1st, the cultural events promoters will be allowed to enable access full capacity of the venue. The first 3000 people will be allowed access to the building with their vaccination certificate, a negative test or post-illness confirmation. The remaining capacity can be visited by people who are vaccinated, with post-illness confirmation or also with a negative test, but those may not make up more than 50% of the remaining capacity.
We kindly ask you to arrive to the O2 arena on time, as the necessary infectivity checks will be time consuming and may prolong the average waiting time before entering the arena.
To enter the venue and also inside the building, it is necessary to wear FFP2 respirator or NANO drape mask.
We would like to ask you to keep 2 metres distances while waiting in the queue.
Thank you for helping us to stay safe. We are excited to welcome you back.
A national vaccination certificate or a vaccination certificat issued in accordance with the European Union Regulation on the EU digital COVID certificate providing that at least 14 days have elapsed since the completed vaccination schedule.
A national vaccination certificate is considered to be a written confirmation issed in English language by an authorized entity operating in a third country, a model of which is published in the list of recognized national certificates on the website of the Ministry of Health of the Czech Republic. The written confirmation must contain details of the person to be vaccinated, the type of vaccine, the date of vaccination, identification of the subject who issued the certificate and all these data must be available to verify remotedly directly from the written confirmation, providing that the vaccination was: (i) a covid-19 vaccine which has been authorized in accordance with Regulation (EC) No 726/2004, (ii) or a medicinal producted with the patent of the medicinal product referred to (i), provided that the medicinal product i salso approved by the World Health Organization for an emergency use.