New measures are in force, including compulsory facemasks in classes
Due to the current epidemiological situation, new measures are in force in the Czech Republic starting Friday 18 September. All students at higher education institutions must wear facemasks in classes, not only in the common areas of schools. New measures will also limit the number of people in restaurants and other catering services to the number of existing seats, operation of restaurants and other catering services is prohibited from midnight to six a.m. Indoor events where there is no seating will be limited to 10 people. Facemasks continue to be compulsory in all buildings and on public transport.
Government tightens restrictions, 9 p.m. curfew goes into effect Wednesday
The Czech government has once again tightened restrictions to combat the spread of the coronavirus. Effective 28 October a curfew will be in place from 9 p.m until 5 a.m. There are exceptions for people travelling to work or seeking urgent medical care.
Brno Immigration office (MOI) is currently open only for clients with an appointment
Due to the current epidemical situation, the Department for Asylum and Migration Policy (MOI) in Brno is opened only for clients with an appointment. This measure is effective from 22 October until further notice. Without a prior appointment, access to offices will not be allowed. Existing appointments remain valid.
Canteens still operate except for Academic restaurant on campus
MU canteens still operate for students and employees in compliance with governmental measures, however canteens are closed to the public. One exception is the Academic restaurant located in Campus Square that is closed from 23 October until 3 November.
Government has limited free movement of people, shops and services are closed till 3 November
The Czech government has announced new measures in response to epidemical situation in the Czech Republic. The new measures will be effective from Thursday 22 October and will be in place until Tuesday 3 November 2020.