the Minister of health of the Czech Republic Vojtech Adam said that starting September 1, the country will once again become compulsory wearing of masks in public places. As reported by Czech TV, he said after a government meeting devoted to estimating the risks to health against the background of the pandemic coronavirus. In addition to the tightening of rules of stay of citizens in public places, the authorities went to some indulgences – now of the period of compulsory quarantine will be reduced from 14 to 10 days.
Mask mode is introduced throughout the country including due to the start of the school year. “At the end of the summer, two million people – students, children will begin to move in schools, to be in public places, on public transport, to make a long-distance trip. Between people will be much more social contacts. We have to reply to this preventive measures,” explained Adam Vojtech.
the Mask will be obliged to wear in shops, offices, post offices and at public events held indoors. Within educational institutions it must be worn outside of classes and classrooms.
the Government promises to soon publish a detailed list of places where the wearing of masks is mandatory. According to Adalbert, the authorities want to implement a mask mode where appropriate.
it Also reported that tomorrow the Ministry of education would send to school special allowances for work in a pandemic. The material will contain recommendations and information about the disease. In addition to the hygienic measures such as frequent airing of the classes or hand washing, it also includes instructions for distance learning.