Czech Republic opens borders for tourists, but there is a nuance

From May 31, the Czech Republic relaxes restrictive measures and opens borders for tourists from seven countries.

“We agreed on the need for significant easing of measures”– said the Minister of Health Adam Vojtech.

On Monday, restaurants, cafes will resume work, bars and discos will open. Moreover, the number of guests should not exceed the number of seats.

And most importantly, the Czech Republic will begin to welcome foreign tourists from seven countries – Germany, Austria, Hungary, Poland, Hungary, Slovenia and Slovakia.

According to Interfax.

We also recall that since May 28, 2021, the Croatian authorities have eased quarantine restrictions, allowing restaurants to receive guests indoors and lifting the ban on the sale of alcohol at night.

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