In the Czech Republic, the House of Representatives has amended the pandemic law, removing all Covid-19 restrictions existing in the country.
All Covid-19 restrictions have been lifted in Czechia. In the vote held after the government presented the proposed changes to the pandemic law to the 200-seat House of Representatives in Czechia, all Covid-19 restrictions in the country were lifted, with 159 members voting in favor.
According to the news of İHA, with the change in the pandemic law, the obligation to wear masks, which was previously removed in all closed areas and public transport in Czechia, ends in hospitals, pharmacies, nursing homes and all other health institutions as of tomorrow.
Czech Minister of Health Vlastimil Valek said in a statement, “We have removed the obligation to wear a mask, but wearing a mask is still a very good protective measure for us. Let’s not forget that Covid-19 can still kill people. That’s why I invite everyone to get vaccinated,” he said.
PCR TESTS WILL BE CHARGED
While in Czechia, everyone had the right to have a free PCR test once a month, with the new decision, free PCR tests will only be paid by the state if the family doctor requests it.
While 1,372 new corona virus cases were detected in the last 24 hours in Czechia, the total number of cases increased to 3 million 909 thousand 167. There were no deaths from the coronavirus in the country in the last 24 hours. Since the beginning of the Covid-19 epidemic, a total of 40,184 people have died in Czechia.
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