Coronavirus in Czechia: Antivirus Support Program Extended until the End of October

Shortly after the COVID-19 pandemic hit the Czech Republic, the Czech Ministry of Finance introduced Antivirus – a support program for companies to compensate for their losses caused by the pandemic. Originally, it was due to end in August but the Czech government decided to extend it.

Coronavirus in Czechia: Changes on the Local Coronavirus Map

Despite many people’s original expectations that the pandemic situation would improve during summer, the number of new cases has been growing since most countermeasures were released. This and the fact that many experts are worried about the situation further worsening in autumn has led to some countermeasures being (re)introduced again in the Czech Republic. Some of them, like wearing face masks, were reintroduced nationwide while other countermeasures were reintroduced only in some regions.

Coronavirus in Czechia: Spain Not Considered Safe Anymore

The Czech government is closely monitoring the coronavirus situation in the world and in response to the pandemic getting worse in some countries they decided to update the so-called Coronavirus Traffic Light System. So far the changes have been only minor, only concerning Spain and Romania.

Coronavirus in Czechia: Face Masks Mandatory Nationwide from September

As autumn and the start of a new school year is slowly approaching, fear of the dreaded second wave of COVID-19 is growing. Experts all across the planet worry that with schools reopening again, the disease will spread even faster. Seasonal illnesses, such as flu, could also make the situation worse. For this reason, the Czech government decided to reintroduce some countermeasures from September.

Coronavirus in Czechia: The Number Keeps Rising

The number of people newly infected with COVID-19 keeps rising all across Europe. This has led to many experts, politicians, and members of the public believing the second wave has already started, even though it was originally predicted to occur in autumn or winter. Some politicians admit that the originally imposed restrictions were released too soon. They are now worried people won’t be willing to take any precautions again.

Coronavirus in Czechia: Face Masks Returning

In the past couple of weeks, the number of people newly infected with coronavirus has been rising in several countries, the Czech Republic being no exception. For this reason the Czech government announced that certain countermeasures will be reintroduced in order to prevent another massive spread of the new disease. 

Coronavirus in Czechia: The First Wave Continues. What about the Second One?

The member states of the EU have mostly reopened their borders for the other EU member states which makes traveling across Europe much easier. Many people are therefore using the opportunity to travel as much as they can. This is despite the fact that the numbers of newly infected people are rising again in many of these European countries. Lots of people are now wondering whether there will be a second wave of COVID-19, or it will be just the continuation of the first one.

Coronavirus: More Czech Embassies Have Resumed Normal Operation

Submitting a new application for a visa or residence permit or their extension might be still problematic even though the restrictions on traveling in regards to coronavirus are being gradually lifted. Some embassies have, however, resumed normal operation. Citizens of the “safe” countries can also arrive in the Czech Republic with no restrictions which means that they don’t have to prove the purpose of their stay.

Femme Palette – the Art of Empowering Women through Mentorship, an Interview with Founders

Femme Palette is driven by professional women who want to get inspired and learn new things by interacting with other people. This initiative is very diverse and dynamic by implying the participation of women from different countries, of different cultures, professions, and backgrounds.

Coronavirus in Czechia: Leaving the Country after Visa’s Expiration

While the free movement in the European Union has been already largely restored, lots of other countries remain closed due to the COVID-19 pandemic, which is a great complication for many people. In the Czech Republic, this poses a significant problem especially for those foreigners whose visa has expired after March 12 and who can stay in the country only until July 16 but at the same time cannot return to their country of origin.