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Social events

From January 3, the maximum of persons allowed to meet at social events will be increased to 100. In restaurants and similar establishments, the maximum of persons allowed to be seated at one table (except for one's own household members) will be increased to 6. 


Rules and recommendations

Public and private events can take place with a limit of 50 participants outdoors and indoors. If more than 20 people are present at the event, all those over 12 years of age must prove upon arrival that one of the following conditions is met:

  • have laboratory confirmation of having recovered from covid-19 disease in the period not longer than 180 days before the day of the event,
  • have proof of covid-19 vaccination, with at least 14 days since the last vaccine dose (second for two-dose vaccines, first for single-dose vaccines).

Children under the age of 18 and people with a contraindication to vaccination, can use an RT-PCR test up to 72 hours old to prove infectivity. 

A maximum of 20 people can meet without complying with the above conditions.

During social events indoors, it is always mandatory to wear a respirator without an exhalation valve min. class FFP2 (KN95 / N95).

If the event takes place outdoors, this obligation applies if the celebrations are attended by more than 30 people and at the same time it is not possible to keep a distance of at least 1.5 meters from other people.

Parties (including corporate parties), grand openings of showrooms, galleries etc. can therefore take place.


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Frequent questions about this topic

Can I throw a party for friends?
Who can check that the entry conditions are met?
Is it possible to dance at clubs/bars?