The Czech Republic will ban unvaccinated people against coronavirus, access to public events and other services, starting November 22, said Czech Prime Minister Andrej Babish. He also said that negative coronavirus tests will no longer be valid. The restrictions, which will be approved by the government cabinet, were made public after recording a record 22,479 daily cases on November 17th.
Many European countries, including the Czech Republic’s neighbors Germany, Austria and Slovakia, have seen an increase in the rate of infection and imposed restrictions.
Currently, about 57 percent of Czech citizens are fully vaccinated. People should wear masks indoors and on public transport. The number of patients in Czech hospitals is currently 4,425 – less than half the record level recorded in March.
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