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Czech govt approves two-day paid vacation for vaccinated civil servants

2021 Jul 31, 12:48, Prague
Police officers check cars on a road between the towns, Ceske Budejovice and Cesky Krumlov, near Kosov, Czech Republic, Monday, March 1, 2021. Limits for free movement of people are set in place in the Czech Republic. Traveling to other counties unless they go to work or have to take care of relatives is prohibited. (Photo via AP)

The Czech government on Friday approved a measure to provide two additional days of paid vacation to civil servants who get vaccinated against COVID-19, in a bid to boost the country's vaccination rate, the government announced.

According to Prime Minister Andrej Babis, employees of state authorities and institutions vaccinated from Jan. 1, 2021, will be entitled to two additional days of paid vaccination.

Babis added that some incentives offered to employees in the private sector were a major impetus for this move by the government. He called on other private employers, as well as regional governments, to follow this example to help boost vaccination.

As of Thursday, the country has administered 10.25 million doses of vaccine, with 4.78 million people fully vaccinated, according to official figures.


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