Czech Republic to further relax COVID measures from Saturday


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In view of the improving epidemiological situation, the Czech government has agreed to loosen coronavirus restrictions faster than originally planned, reported the Czech Radio. 

As of Saturday, June 26, the number of people at indoor cultural events will be raised to 2,000, with cinemas, theatres and other venues allowed to operate at 75% capacity.

The ceiling for people at outdoor events will be 5,000. Refreshments at cinemas and theatres will once again be permitted.

Guided tours in the country's castles and chateaus will not be restricted on condition that visitors have certificates of vaccination, negative tests or post-COVID immunity. The rule in museums and galleries will be ten square metres per visitor. 


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