Albeit the epidemiological situation has significantly improved, the limits on the number of people allowed to attend events and to spend time together indoors remain in place. The regulation theoretically provides an exception for the vaccinated. In practice, however, there is still no law which would enable a business to verify the public health status of its customers.

The Helios cinema chain has now cited these principles of the anti-coronavirus regime in introducing two kinds of tickets – for the vaccinated, and for the non-vaccinated. The reasoning was that, in this way, more people will be able to go out and enjoy a movie of their choice, in that those who have had their Covid shots will not count towards the 75% capacity limit of the screening room (…)


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