The Tourism Union forces the state to provide compensation to small and medium-sized businesses such as hotels, restaurants, travel agencies, travel guides, and others. They assume “civil disobedience” if the government doesn’t provide any support. This Monday, the government will decide whether to close the restaurants and hotels again after two weeks of working. The entrepreneurs feel are not happy with the development since Christmas and New Year Eve are the most profitable periods. The Tourism Union said in their official statement: “All our members are on the verge of having only two options: ‘obedient’ bankruptcy, or active expression of civil disobedience.” The Tourism Union includes 16 professional associations, including nearly 8000 companies and approximately 250 000 jobs. They provided
Now at the Hilton Prague, you can go on a gastronomic adventure with Le Petit Chef. With the help of innovative technology, Le Petit Chef is an immersive experience that turns your plate into the surface on which a projected cartoonish chef prepares your meal. He is only 58mm tall, but Le Petit Chef will cook a full-sized meal for you and your group right in front of your eyes. Watch in amazement as Le Petit Chef grills a steak ten times his size or uses his tiny saw to cut down broccoli for your meal! On your visit to Le Petit Chef, there are three meal options: Le Petit Chef Classic, Le Grand Chef, and Le Petit Chef Vegetarian.
During Thursday’s meeting, Roman Prymula, the Minister of Health, announced that citizens might be required to register when visiting restaurants, cafes, and pubs. A similar measure was adopted in Germany, the United Kingdom, and Austria to help track those potentially infected with COVID-19. “We plan that people who go to restaurants will have to register there, as is necessary in Germany,” said Prymula. The date of this new rule was not finalized and Prymula later went on Twitter to comment: “It is just a theoretical measure; the probability is about 10-15%.” This would be another step towards building a functioning smart quarantine system – alongside with perfecting the eRouška mobile application. Several countries have already successfully implemented the method. For