Supreme Administrative Court rules in favour of unvaccinated entering restaurants

The Czech Republic’s Supreme Administrative Court has ruled that the current measure allowing only people who have been vaccinated or have successfully recovered from Covid-19 into restaurants, clubs and hotels is invalid, the Czech News Agency reported on Wednesday. The decision will come into force in seven days.

The measure, which was enacted by the Health Ministry under the previous government, is not permissible, because the state cannot force people to take a vaccine that is voluntary, judge Petr Mikeš said.