Prague currently reports 52 new cases per 100,000 inhabitants in the last seven days, the second worst region is the Moravian-Silesian Region with 48 cases. On the other hand, the most favorable situation is in the Liberec (8 cases) and Hradec Králové regions (9).
Across the Czech Republic, there is now a weekly incidence of 30 confirmed duties per 100,000 inhabitants and is slowly rising. At the beginning of September, it was worth 13 cases.
Of the districts, Opava (82) and Beroun (81) currently have the worst numbers, the best being the Tachov and Trutnov regions (both around four cases).
Over a hundred new cases of the infection were repeatedly detected in Prague last week, and new additions in the Moravian-Silesian Region were also around new cases per day on weekdays.
In the Liberec and Hradec Králové regions, the comparison was mostly only a unit of cases.
If the package system were to apply, Prague and the Moravian-Silesian Region would be in danger of tightening their scalding. The boundary of the fourth package begins with weekly incidents of 50 confirmed cases per 100 thousand inhabitants.
In such a region, according to the plans at the time, people could play sports only in limited conditions outdoors or only one on one indoors as a test. Hotels could not accommodate only a quarter of their capacity.
However, the state, as with the former PES system, no longer manages the packages and, due to the partial vaccination coverage and population penetration, focuses on the number of people in hospitals.
The Minister of Health Adam Vojtěch (for YES) previously marked 50 newly hospitalized daily as the limit from which the measures could be tightened.
She is far away. On Sunday, there were 169 patients in hospitals with covid, 26 of them in serious condition. The numbers have not changed in the last two weeks.
Also, the number of deaths with covid, although slightly increased compared to the summer, remains at low units per day.
Last week, Prime Minister Andrej Babiš (YES) announced that there could be further easings concerning the demonstration of infectivity in children. The government is due to discuss the proposal on Monday.