Czech Republic further eases COVID measures from Saturday
Thursday June 24, 2021, 1:45 p.m.
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In view of the improving epidemiological situation, the Czech government has agreed to ease restrictions on coronaviruses faster than initially planned, Czech radio reported.
As of Saturday, June 26, the number of people attending indoor cultural events will be increased to 2,000, with cinemas, theaters and other venues being allowed to operate at 75% of their capacity.
The cap for people at outdoor events will be 5,000. Refreshments in cinemas and theaters will be permitted again.
Guided tours to castles and chateaux across the country will not be restricted provided visitors have vaccination certificates, negative tests, or post-COVID immunity. The rule in museums and galleries will be ten square meters per visitor.
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