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Wednesday, 17 November 2021

Czechia imposes restrictions on unvaccinated people

On Wednesday, Prime Minister Andrej Babis said Czech authorities are barring people who have not been vaccinated or have recovered from the coronavirus from accessing public events and services from Monday.  

The restrictions, which must be approved by the entire cabinet on Thursday, come after a spike in new infections to register 22,479 on Tuesday and mean negative tests will no longer be published. is eligible to enter events and service facilities, Babis said on the radio. Enjoyed this post? Never miss out on future posts by following us.

The Czech authorities have announced that from Monday, November 15, Hungary, the Netherlands and Greece will be in the dark red group, and Andorra and the Balearic Islands will be added to the red group.

This means that unvaccinated and untreated people in these countries are required to meet additional entry requirements compared to those with a COVID19 digital certificate, recovery or vaccination. of the EU.

According to a press release issued by the Czech Ministry of Health, the Canary Islands and Malta will complete the amber box, arrivals will be subject to the same entry requirements as the green category.

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