The government of outgoing Prime Minister Andrej Babis insists on introducing compulsory vaccination
The outgoing Czech government has completed a decree on compulsory vaccination. However, the upcoming government coalition does not agree with it. This was reported by news server Novinky.cz on Monday.
“The Ministry of Health has completed the compulsory vaccination decree,” outgoing Health Minister Adam Vojtech said after the cabinet meeting. According to him, it should be published in the law collection by the end of the week.
The government of outgoing Prime Minister Andrej Babis insists on introducing compulsory vaccination. However, the new government opposed the move, Novinky.cz recalls.
“The future health minister will rescind the decree in this way,” KDU-ČSL chairwoman Marian Gorica said on Sunday.
The government was also scheduled to discuss measures to combat the spread of the coronavirus on Monday, but eventually abandoned them. According to Noviniek.cz, the government will wait for the development of the situation.
Chief Hygienist Pavla Svirinova said on Monday that there was no reason to tighten the measures, news server iDnes.cz wrote. However, she said existing procedures must be followed.
Voich demanded that the company cancel or postpone the Christmas parties.
The daily number of cases in the Czech Republic is declining and the value of the reproductive number of R virus is also decreasing. This number indicates the number of people who contract the COVID-19 virus for a single person.
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