The Prague court annuls the Czech Republic’s anti-coronavirus measures on freedom of movement and closed businesses

As of April 27, the Prague district court has canceled the four anti-coronavirus measures imposed by the Ministry of Health, deeming them unlawful. These measures included movement restrictions and greatly limited retail sales and services in the Czech Republic. The ruling that nullifies these restrictive measures of the Ministry of Health refers to their implementation under the public protection law rather than the crisis management law. The ministry’s measures as “arbitrary, chaotic and incomprehensible”.

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