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Update: 7 September
Please see below restrictions in place in the Czech Republic due to the prevention of the spread of COVID-19. These measures are determined based on the Pandemic Law.
Currently, these restrictions are in force:
Masaryk University is actively preparing to enable final-year students to attend practical classes in schools, which should be possible in the weeks following Easter, according to the latest information.
The Czech Government has lifted some of its restrictions: from Monday 22 March, the ban on leaving the municipal limits for leisure activities no longer applies. Consequently, people may go outside for a walk or exercise within their entire administrative district (Brno-město and Brno-venkov).
Following the measures imposed by the Czech Ministry of Health, physical presence at the workplace without a valid negative SARS-CoV-2 test result will be prohibited from Wednesday 17 March 2021. The test result must not be older than 7 days and all employees are required to submit to testing, except for the following persons:
a) employees working from home
b) people who have recovered from Covid-19 in the previous 90 days
c) people who have received full vaccination (two doses), where at least 14 days have passed since receiving the 2nd dose
Due to the worsening epidemic situation in the country, the Government of Czech Republic announced new restrictions that will be in place for three weeks. Starting Monday 1 March, people are not allowed to walk or jog outside the town/city where they live during the day, for students in Brno this means the Brno city limits.