Coronavirus Opole. The first restaurant in town closes to the unvaccinated

The restaurant “Česká hospoda U Czechofila”, located at ul. Barlicki in Opole, as the first in the Opole region, announced that she would only accept vaccinated guests, convalescents and people with negative tests. As he explains in the release, “all because of the significant increase in COVID-19 infections in the region”.

From Friday, November 26, the Czech restaurant at the Castle Pond changes the rules of its operation. From that day on, guests will be asked, following the example of other European countries, to show a document confirming vaccination, recovery (not older than 6 months) or a negative test (not older than 48 hours).

– We attach great importance to the safety of our clients, therefore our staff is protected with protective masks and every person working with us is vaccinated – says “Česká hospoda U Czechofila” in the press release.

Customers coming to the premises are required to wear a mask covering their mouth and nose. At the same time, a valid covid certificate or a negative test result must be presented at the entrance. People without these documents will not be allowed to enter the restaurant.

– Of course, we are also guided by the spirit and philosophy of the Czech Republic, where you will not enter the premises without showing a certificate – emphasize restaurateurs.


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