En De
Total doses
given
18.5M
People fully
vaccinated
6.9M
% Fully
vaccinated
65.67%
Pre-travel testing (vaccinated):
Pre-travel testing (unvaccinated):
Test on arrival (vaccinated):
Test on arrival (unvaccinated):

Other:

10.08.2022

MoH measure MZDR 14601/2021-2 of 10th April 2021; extended by measure 14601/2021-6 of 23rd April 2021; recommends to telework whenever possible. The government appeals to all employers to enable their staff to work from home; if the nature of work allows. Workplaces shall be adapted to the current measures. Government has implemented mandatory testing of staff working from work premises. ; 30/09/21 The employer is obliged to provide respirators and disinfectants and place them on frequently touched objects. It is also necessary to perform frequent disinfection of these areas ; especially handles; railings; shopping carts; elevators; tables; etc.

16.06.2022

Government decision 1078 of 21st October 2020. It is mandatory to telework whenever possible. Extended by Government decision 1290 of 7th December 2020.; 18/03/2021 Government decision 299 stipulates that working from home remains mandatory; whenever possible. Extended by decision 315 of 26th March 2021. Preceded by government decision 1375 of 23rd December2020; extended by decision 12 of 7th January 2021; decision 56 of 22nd January 2021; decision 79 of 28th January 2021; decision 127 of 14th February 2021 and decision 216 of 26th February 2021.

22.04.2022

Instructions to all healthcare providers who perform antigen tests.

08.11.2021

MoH measure MZDR 14601/2021-2 of 10th April 2021; extended by measure 14601/2021-6 of 23rd April 2021; recommends to telework whenever possible. The government appeals to all employers to enable their staff to work from home; if the nature of work allows. Workplaces shall be adapted to the current measures. Government has implemented mandatory testing of staff working from work premises. ; 30/09/21 The employer is obliged to provide respirators and disinfectants and place them on frequently touched objects. It is also necessary to perform frequent disinfection of these areas ; especially handles; railings; shopping carts; elevators; tables; etc.

08.11.2021

The Government of the Czech Republic declared a State of Emergency due to COVID-19 epidemiological situation in the country. The state of emergency is to last 30 days (to 3rd November 2020) Update 1: State of emergency was extended on 30th October until 20th November 2020 (Government decision 1108 of 30th October 2020) Update 2: State of emergency was further extended on 16th November until 12th December 2020 (Government decision 1182 of 16th November 2020) ; 11/04/21 the State of Emergency ended.

06.11.2021

The Government establishes a COVID portal; covering all areas of measures. Available also in English.

06.11.2021

The Ministry of Health has launched a new system for epidemiological risk assessment called 'PES' (Protiepidemicky system). The scoring system will be applied to subnational levels and will reflect a degree of severity of necessary response measures. Links above include overview of measures related to each step of the 5-scale methodology and the methodological concept of the scale.

06.11.2021

Establishment of: 1. Standard communication channels 2. Ad hoc meetings with experts concerned 3. Algorithm for expert cooperation in the area of detection; notification; epidemiological measures

06.11.2021

Information on COVID-19.

29.06.2021

MoH measure MZDR 14601/2021-2 of 10th April 2021; extended by measure 14601/2021-6 of 23rd April 2021; recommends to telework whenever possible. The government appeals to all employers to enable their staff to work from home; if the nature of work allows. Workplaces shall be adapted to the current extraordinary measures. Working from home is not mandatory. Government has implemented rules for regular testing of staff; who must come in to the work and cannot work from home.

04.05.2021

Government decision 299 of 18th March 2021 stipulates that working from home remains mandatory; whenever possible. Extended by decision 315 of 26th March 2021. Preceded by government decision 1375 of 23rd December2020; extended by decision 12 of 7th January 2021; decision 56 of 22nd January 2021; decision 79 of 28th January 2021; decision 127 of 14th February 2021 and decision 216 of 26th February 2021.

20.04.2021

It is strongly recommended to close down outdoor childrens' playgrounds; this applies to playground providers; including municipalities. Stipulated by government decision 216 of 26th February 2021; extended by decision 299 of 18th March 2021 and decision 315 of 26th March 2021.

20.04.2021

Government decision 299 of 18 March 2021 stipulates that working from home remains mandatory; whenever possible. When teleworking is not possible; employer has the duty to adapt workplaces in a way that allows physical distancing and regular dissinfection of commonly shared premises. Extended by decision 315 of 26th March 2021. Preceded by government decision 1375 of 23rd December2020; extended by decision 12 of 7th January 2021; decision 56 of 22nd January 2021; decision 79 of 28th January 2021; decision 127 of 14th February 2021 and decision 216 of 26th February 2021.

02.02.2021

Adaptation of workplace.

29.01.2021

Measure requires PCR testing and a negative result prior to admission of new patients to long term care facilities. Ref KHS Zlin 6/2020.

22.01.2021

The Government of the Czech Republic declared a State of Emergency due to COVID-19 epidemiological situation in the country.

19.10.2020

Selected municipalities in Moravian-Silesian Region – Restrictions on meetings of employees of manufacturing companies in various shifts. Ref KHS Moravskoslezskeho kraje: 16/2020

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