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Czech police officers stand in solidarity as Supreme Court Strikes Down Covid-19 Vaccine Pass for Restaurants, Clubs, Hotels

Supreme Administrative Court of the Czech Republic Strikes Down COVID-19 Vaccine Pass for Restaurants, Clubs, Hotels

The Supreme Administrative Court (SAC) dealt another severe blow on Wednesday (Feb. 2) to measures from the Ministry of Health, canceling a policy that prohibited people without a COVID-19 vaccine pass from entering restaurants, clubs, hotels and more public spaces.

The judges left current measures of December 29, 2021 in place for another week, after which they will cease to apply.

The court also pointed out, referring to the ministry’s argument, that the aim of the measure in this form could not be to force citizens into COVID-19 vaccinations, which are voluntary.

In Prague, Czech police officers stand in solidarity with the people in the face of never-ending COVID restrictions and mandates!

Thousands of people took to the streets of Prague on Sunday to protests COVID restrictions.

The protesters waved flags and chanted slogans to denounce COVID restrictions, in particular the fact that unvaccinated citizens are still not able to access certain venues.

The Czech government recently announced it would not go ahead with plans for mandatory vaccination of healthcare workers and some other professions, though vaccine passport requirements still apply to some venues such as restaurants, museums, and nightclubs.

“The state should listen to the people’s demands. The arrangements and restrictions lead us on the road to hell,” a protester shouted.

Back in December, the previous Czech government had decided to make vaccination against COVID-19 mandatory for healthcare workers, police, firefighters, as well as everyone aged over 60.

These plans were scrapped by the new government, a center-right coalition led by Prime Minister Petr Fiala.

On January 19, Fiala announced that his government would not impose mandatory vaccination on anyone: “We agreed on the fact that no one would be obliged to get vaccinated.”

The newly elected prime minister argued that his government didn’t want to “divide society even more.”

Czech Minister of Health Vlastimil Valek expressed a similar sentiment on Twitter.

“Though vaccination is the most efficient weapon against severe forms of COVID, we will not coerce anyone,” tweeted Valek.

The new government has also shortened quarantine and isolation times.

Yet, despite the easing of some of the harshest COVID restrictions, Czech citizens still demanded more freedom on Sunday, opposing in particular the vaccine passport requirements still in place in restaurants and other venues

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