Coronavirus 3D render via iStock / wildpixel

Confirmed coronavirus cases in the Czech Republic almost at 1,000

The number of novel coronavirus cases in the Czech Republic rose by 106 today, having reached 995

Prague, March 21 (CTK) – The number of novel coronavirus cases rose by 106 today, having reached 995 in the Czech Republic, the Health Ministry has said on its website.

So far, six patients have been cured, two of them today.

Most of the infected are still in Prague and Central Bohemia.

The latest data on the ill were released at 17:55 today.

The biggest increase in a single day was recorded on Thursday, when there were 205 new cases. On Friday, the total number rose by 124.

The Czech Republic reported the first three COVID-19 cases on March 1.

Advertise with Expats.cz

The government has introduced extraordinary anti-epidemic measures since, including the state of emergency, a restriction of people’s free movement, closure of schools, restaurants and most shops, and a ban on foreigners’ entry into the country and Czechs’ departure abroad.

People are only allowed to go out with their nose and mouth covered by a face mask, respirator, shawl or scarf.

Also read:  Czechs commuting across border for work should stay there for at least three weeks

More information on the coronavirus situation in the Czech Republic can be found in our FAQ.

Leave a Reply

Related posts

Sign up for our Newsletter

Enter your email to receive a weekly news update from Expats.cz directly to your inbox! We will never share your email or send you spam.

Close Menu