Due to the ever-increasing number of infected and hospitalized patients with coronavirus in the Czech Republic, the government led by Prime Minister Andrej Babiš (ANO) decided to take further tightening measures. All schools might remain closed and children may move to distance learning. Kindergartens are not affected. The government does not intend to proceed with a complete lockdown yet.
The Germans will probably put the Czechia on the red list.
The pandemic has changed many things in our lifestyle, from work hours, working style, travel plans and children’s toys. It’s not little kitchenettes or tea sets that are ‘in vogue’ among tiny tots, but the cool ‘Home Office’ playset from Fisher-Price!
The Museum of the Senses reopens its doors on Friday, May 22nd. at 9 o’clock. On the occasion of the reopening, Friday tickets will be on sale for only CZK 100.
State of Emergency is extended till May 17 in the Czech Republic.
Yesterday night Czech government has announced some updates in the current state of emergency.
The government has decided on April 14, that the easing of stringent rules due to the coronavirus epidemic will happen in five phases. However, it will depend on the further development of the disease in the forthcoming days. So the keyword will continue to belong to epidemiologists. Here are answers to a number of practical questions on the changes that the Czech population is facing in the coming weeks.
Up to 6,000 people signed a petition in the Czech Republic to send children back to school. Many parents, according to the authors of the petition, are unable to help their children with learning at home. In contrast, about 91,000 people joined another petition for closing the schools.
It is a month since all schools in the Czech Republic closed. Deputy Minister of Health, Roman Prymula answers questions by Seznam Zpráv about reopening dates.
Adam Vojtěch, Czech Minister of Health, announced that the COVID-19 spread has been taken under control, and people can get back to normal lives.