The country's authorities decided to remove a number of restrictive measures introduced in the Czech Republic due to the coronavirus pandemic. This was reported by the Czech news publication iDNES. On the eve of Christmas, from December 3, shops, cafes, restaurants, hairdressers and other catering establishments and everyday services are opened. We remind that all this was closed in the Czech Republic in early October.
The opening of institutions is accompanied by a number of rules that both visitors and institutions will have to observe. One of them concerns the occupancy of premises - one person for 15 sq/m.
Another restriction will apply - restaurants cannot work at night from 22:00 to six in the morning. At the same time, the occupancy of the hall should not be more than half of the seats, and a company of up to four people can sit at the table.
The Czech government still does not prohibit the holding of festive Christmas fairs in the main squares of Czech cities, but strongly recommends not holding them.
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