Coronavirus Lockdown: What Is Allowed From Today

On April 23 the Czech government announced their decision to introduce the restriction even sooner than it was originally intended.

From today, May 11, 2020 

  • Shops with floor space of over 2,500 square meters (except those in shopping centers);
  • Restaurants, pubs, buffets, bars, and cafés, with service from windows or in gardens;
  • Barber and hairdresser shops, manicure and pedicure salons, massages, cosmetic services, and podiatric services;
  • Theatre, music, film, and other artistic performances, sports, cultural, religious, association, dance, traditional, and other similar events and other gatherings, exhibitions, festivals, funfairs, shows, circuses, tastings, markets, and fairs, educational events, celebrations, both public and private, attended by at most 100 persons at any one time;
  • Organized training of professional and amateur athletes on outdoor and indoor sports grounds with at most 100 participants at any one time;
  • Mass events in outdoor and indoor premises with at most 100 participants at any one time;
  • Weddings with at most 100 participants at any one time;
  • Church services with at most 100 participants at any one time;
  • Beauty salons and tanning salons;
  • Massage, regeneration or recondition services;
  • Museums, galleries, exhibition halls (up to 100 people);
  • Castles, chateaux, open-air museums (outdoor areas);
  • Student activities (maximum 15 people per group)

Additional info:

  • Shopping malls need to provide disinfectant ready for customers;
  • Hairdressers will have to put on new gloves before each new client;
  • Only every second row can be used in theaters;
  • A maximum of one person per 10 square meters is allowed in museums, galleries, exhibition halls.
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