Night curfew ends on January 10, most measures to remain in place

National emergency to remain in place even after curfew ends.

(Source: Sme)

The night curfew will end on January 10, but most measures adopted by the government before Christmas will remain in place.

The night curfew, currently in place between 20:00 and 5:00 of the following day, will not apply as of January 10, 2022. The last day the curfew will apply is January 9, 2022.

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Another change is that on January 10, pupils and students will return to schools and the school traffic light system will be relaunched.

Other anti-pandemic rules should remain unchanged:

  • Restaurants, cafés and other gastronomy facilities will remain open for vaccinated people and people who recovered from Covid in the past 180 days.
  • The regime in hotels and ski resorts remains unchanged, meaning that they can open for the vaccinated and recently recovered, but guests also need a PCR test.
  • Essential shops will be open to everyone, and customers will not be required to present any proof of vaccination, recovery or a Covid test. Non-essential shops and services will stay open only for the vaccinated and recently recovered.
  • A proof of vaccination, recovery or negative test is necessary on fast trains, InterCity trains and long-distance buses.
  • The ban on gatherings of a group larger than six people is still in place, with the members of the same household being an exception.
  • The state of national emergency remains in place until February 23, if not extended by the government.

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