On may 11, Czech Republic will allow passenger transportation across the border by bus and rail, the ban lasted about two months because of a pandemic coronavirus infection COVID-19. It is reported Novinky.
“We remove the restrictions on the carriage. I will urge the government to lift the ban on international railway and bus transportation from 11 may,” – said the Minister of industry of Karel Havlicek Borovsky on Twitter.
The publication reports that the proposal of the Minister of industry and trade approved the government on 4 may.
While the boundaries of most of its neighbors the Czech Republic remain closed, the opportunity to travel will depend on their decisions in the near future.
The Czech Republic has banned the international passenger transportation on March 14. Some carriers stated that they are ready to resume activities as soon as the ban will be lifted.
The Czech Republic has closed the border on March 16 for an indefinite period. The health Ministry said that restrictions may apply and a year or two, if epigastrica in other countries does not improve. On 23 April the government statedthat he decided to ease quarantine measures in connection with a favorable epidemiological situation.
On 24 April, the Czech government weakened introduced the pandemic coronavirus quarantine, allowing citizens to move freely within the country and abroad.
Flash coronavirus infection COVID-19 began in December 2019 in the Chinese city of Wuhan. March 11, 2020, the world health organization declared the spread of the coronavirus pandemic. As of may 4, in the world of coronavirus infected 3.55 million people died of 249 thousand, recovered around 1.13 million, informs the Johns Hopkins University.
In the Czech Republic confirmed infection 7781 man, 3786 of them have already recovered, and 251 died.