As of Saturday, June 26, the number of people at indoor cultural events will be raised to 2,000, with cinemas, theatres, and other venues allowed to operate at 75% capacity.
The number of people at indoor cultural events has been raised to 2,000, at outdoor events will be 5,000. Refreshments at cinemas and theatres will once again be permitted.
Guided tours in the country’s castles and chateaus will not be restricted on the condition that visitors have certificates of vaccination, negative tests, or post-COVID immunity.
The rule in museums and galleries will be ten square meters per visitor.
Prague City Council is calling on the government to keep in place the requirement to wear respirators on public transport.
“Although life is gradually returning to normal, we must remain cautious and not give in to the illusion that the pandemic has ended. Given that there is already a demonstrable level of the delta variant in the Czech Republic and others may appear, we must not underestimate this situation,” said Prague Mayor Zdeněk Hřib (Pirates).
There are currently 75 patients in hospital with Covid-19 nationwide, 12 of whom are in a serious condition. This is 41 fewer people than one week ago.
A total of 7.57 million doses of vaccine have been administered so far, and 2.78 million people are fully protected with both doses.
The Czech Republic remains the 21st in the European Union in the number of the COVID-19 infected per 100,000 inhabitants in the past 14 days with 23 cases per 100,000 population, compared to 36 a week ago, show the data released by the European Centre for Disease Prevention and Control (ECDC).