On 9 February, the government will abolish the obligation to show a covid certificate when entering cultural and other events and service establishments. Czech Prime Minister Petr Fiala made the announcement on Wednesday night at a press conference after a meeting of the Chamber of Deputies.
He made the decision on the basis of a ruling by the Supreme Administrative Court. On Wednesday, the court abolished the obligation to show proof of vaccination or illness when entering restaurants. "We have reacted to this situation, consulted the government about it and discussed the next course of action with experts. And this is as follows," Fiala told the briefing.
"Taking into account current developments, the government will abolish the obligation to show a certificate of vaccination or illness when entering restaurants, service establishments, cultural, sports and other events as of 9 February," he said.