After the morning meeting of the government, Babiš said that the extremely serious situation in the Czech Republic requires measures that can only be declared during a state of emergency. According to the decision of the deputies, it should end on Saturday and the regime according to the pandemic law was to follow it. “We are also fighting for a pandemic law so that measures can be taken without a state of emergency. We are ready to lend a hand to the government if it introduces measures that are reasonable, enforceable and based on data,” Fiala told ČTK.
He reminded that at a meeting of the government with the opposition on Tuesday, there was no talk of a state of emergency at all. “I would like to add with one breath that the government must immediately start deciding what will happen next. We must have a plan to open schools with a functional testing model after the restrictions are over, how to increase testing and tracing capacity,” he said. It is also necessary to prepare rules and procedures for large companies and especially to address vaccinations, he added.
The chairman of KDU-ČSL Marian Jurečka wrote to ČTK that he spoke to Babiš by phone in the morning. “The situation is very serious, we are ready to act and help with our proposals for further concrete measures that will lead to better management of the pandemic,” he said.
The SPD will not support the extension of the area emergency situation. “As it turns out that the government’s current policy on measures is going nowhere. The government must target at-risk groups and let others live and work on basic measures,” the SPD said. According to President Vojtěch Filip, the Communists will consult on the next steps at a meeting of the broader leadership that they will convene.
Source: EuroZprávy.cz by eurozpravy.cz.
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