Czech Republic considering lifting capacity restrictions off hotels and other accommodations

 Monday, May 17, 2021 


The Czech Republic in Central Europe is considering lifting capacity restrictions off hotels and other accommodations in the country. The said restrictions would be taken off on May 24 as the nation reopens after the pandemic. Czech Tourism has said that Industry and Trade Minister Karel Havlicek would be submitting a proposal regarding the same to the Czech government authorities.

Previously, a limit of 25 percent of the actual capacity was set for hotels, boarding houses and the majority of other accommodation options. This proposal is due to the Czech cabinet’s efforts to initiate economic activities in the nation, and the cabinet has come up with six packages for the same. One of these packages focuses on the hospitality industry. The industry closed its doors on December 18 as the country witnessed an increase in COVID-19 cases.

Currently, it caters to people traveling for business purposes and medical reasons.

The number of COVID-19 infections in the Czech Republic has reached its lowest ever with just 102 cases. With the pandemic numbers going down, it is expected that the tourism industry would soon gather momentum, especially with the nation being home to tourists’ favorite Prague, South Bohemia and Liberec among others.

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