Coronavirus in Czechia: Services for Vaccinated Only, Schools and Companies to Relaunch Blanket Testing

As of 22 November, the Czech government has implemented additional restrictions in reaction to the growing numbers of new COVID-19 cases. These include the end of acceptance of negative test results in services (including e.g. restaurants, hair salons, and concerts) and the relaunch of blanket testing in schools and companies for non-vaccinated individuals.

Craving Animal Time? 3 Alternatives to Owning a Pet in Prague

Are you unable to own a pet? Wondering if you should get one? Or maybe you’d like to just spend some time with animals? There are many possibilities to stay close to living creatures and relax in the Czech Republic, even if you cannot own one yourself. We listed several options which will give you the feeling of having a four-pawed friend.

Coronavirus in Czechia: What’s Allowed from 1 August and Where to Get Vaccinated without Registration

The epidemiologic situation in the Czech Republic has been steadily improving. There are no great increases in the numbers of new infections or hospitalizations. Therefore, the government has come up with a number of new restriction relaxations, which will be valid from 1 August.  These relaxations are mainly related to culture and sports. Several vaccination spots without the need to register have opened all over Czechia.

Tomivo Gelato: Fancy a Scoop of Artisanal Ice Cream Made with Fresh Ingredients?

The tropical temperatures have been hitting full force in recent days in the Czech Republic. But with a scoop of ice cream like this, it’s easier to handle the heat, don’t you think? If you’re wondering where to go in Olomouc for this cold treat, make sure you go to Ztracená Street, where you’ll find a relatively new ice cream parlor called Tomivo Gelato in the vicinity of Horní náměstí. And you won’t regret your visit! 

Coronavirus in Czechia: More Students to Return to School and Accommodation Services to Resume on 24 May

Monday, 24 May will mark more restriction relaxations in Czechia. High school students will be allowed to return to schools in full regime. Universities will also be allowed to reopen. On the same day, hotels and other types of accommodation will resume their business as well and indoor gyms and sports areas will be able to welcome up to 30 people at a time.

Coronavirus in Czechia: Restaurant Gardens and Outdoor Events to Resume Business on 17 May, High Schools to Reopen a Week Later

More restriction relaxations are coming on 17 and 24 May, as the chamber of deputies confirmed on Monday. These relaxations will include the reopening of restaurant gardens, the resuming of outdoor cultural events and the reopening of more schools.

Coronavirus in Czechia: The 6-package Plan for Restriction Relaxations

The Government has introduced a plan to ease COVID-19 restrictions in a 6-package process. Every Monday, the government will decide on the next step. Every Thursday, these steps will be approved based on the current epidemiological situation. For instance, on Monday, 26 April, the government is reopening kindergartens for all children in three selected regions.

Coronavirus in Czechia: First Steps out of Lockdown on 12 April

The epidemiological situation in Czechia has been gradually improving. Therefore, the government has decided to no longer extend the state of emergency beyond 11 April. At the same time, we can expect some restriction relaxations from next Monday. This includes the relaxation of the limitation of movement, and the reopening of selected schools, shops, services, and businesses. What’s to open on 12 April? And what else is being relaxed?