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Czech Cabinet Extends State of Emergency until 12 December 2020.

The state of emergency in the Czech Republic will for now be extended until 12 December 2020. Acting based on prior approval given by the Chamber of Deputies, Andrej Babiš's Cabinet imposed the extension during an extraordinary session held on Friday 20 November 2020. At the same time, several changes regarding formerly adopted emergency measures will take effect on Monday 23 November 2020, partially easing some of the imposed restrictions.

All of the current emergency measures, which the Cabinet adopted as part of the declaration of a state of emergency in effect until 20 November 2020, will remain in force during an additional three weeks under the extension announced by the Cabinet. Starting on Monday, however, several of the restrictions will be eased, such as the current curfew and ban on retail sales and the delivery of services. Likewise, schools will be successively reopened.

See the current restriction in the Czech Republic.