On November 20th local time, the Czech government announced that in view of the improvement of the epidemic situation and the relaxation of some COVID-19 prevention measures, the night curfew will be shortened by two hours from the beginning of next week, and the number of participants in weddings and funerals will increase from 15 to 20, and six people can be held.
In addition, some primary and secondary school students can return to school, and some classes will alternate classes. However, most epidemic prevention measures are still effective, such as banning drinking in public; wearing masks in public; restaurants, cinemas, theaters, etc. are still closed.
Karel Havliczek, Deputy Prime Minister of Industry and Trade of the Czech Republic, said that the next round of easing measures will take effect on November 30, when the sale of carp and holiday decorations will be allowed to open, subject to strict epidemic prevention measures.
On the 19th, the Czech House of Representatives approved the extension of the state of emergency for 22 days to December 12.