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From Monday 5th October 2020, a state of emergency will apply in the Czech Republic. It will be in effect for 30 days. The reason for its declaration is the deterioration of the epidemiological situation of SARS-CoV-2 infection. Monday will also mark the start of a crisis measure under which the government restricts free movement of people, in particular the organisation of mass-attendance events. Until 18th October, indoor mass events with more than 10 people and outdoor events with more than 20 people are banned (with the exception of members of households). There is also a change for restaurants and other hospitality venues, which will not be able to seat more than 6 people at one table.
In some regions, school attendance will be restricted, depending on the situation in the region and in line with the epidemiological traffic light system. From Monday 5th October, secondary schools, higher vocational schools and universities in red or amber regions will move to distance learning.
More information is available on the website of the Czech government.