Czech Republic Imposes New Measures to Fight COVID-19
The Czech Republic is imposing strict measures to curb the spread of COVID-19. As of Wednesday, all schools are going to distance learning, BNT reported.
For now, kindergartens remain open.
All restaurants and bars are closed. It is forbidden to gather more than 6 people. The measure will be in force until November 1.
The country returned to the state of emergency on October 5th. Then theaters, cinemas, sports and gyms were closed. In recent days, there has been a sharp jump in deaths as well as new infections.
We need your support so Novinite.com can keep delivering news and information about Bulgaria! Thank you!
- » COVID-19 Cases in Germany Surpasses 1 Million
- » Germany Prolongs Coronavirus Restrictions until December 20
- » Germany Plans to Ease Restrictions for Holidays
- » COVID-19 Deaths in Romania Reached 10,000
- » Macron Calls for Distributing First COVID-19 Vaccine Doses to Low-Income Countries
- » COVID-19: Italy Will Vaccinate 1.7 Million People by End-January