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Update: 27 December
The government of the Czech Republic has extended the State of Emergency until 22 January. The government also presented the new PES system, which comprises five risk levels that determine the restrictions that will be in place. Currently, the Czech Republic is at the fifth level.
Currently, these restrictions are in force:
On Tuesday 22 December, the Czech Parliament approved an extension of the State of Emergency until 22 January. The government has also decided to tighten the emergency measures taken in view of the transition to level 5 of the PES anti-epidemic system from Sunday 27 December.
On Monday, 28 December 2020, Masaryk University will move from the yellow level to the stricter red level. Considering the fact that classes are not currently being held, this change will have only a minor impact on the university and its faculties and institutes. The MU Crisis Board and the Legal Office of the Rector's Office will continue to follow changes in government measures and will keep affected parties informed.
As of Friday 18 December, the Czech Republic will move from the third to the fourth level of the governmental anti-epidemic system PES and stricter measures will come into effect.
As of Friday 18 December, the Czech Republic will move from the third to the fourth level of the governmental anti-epidemic system PES. Although the Masaryk University traffic-light system remains at the yellow light risk rating, some government measures will affect MU operation.