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During spring is the time to get vaccinated against tick-borne encephalitis. Encephalitis in a life-threatening infectious disease transferred by ticks which are most active during summer and particularly in last years their numbers are growing. Considering vaccination might be a smart decision as the Czech Republic has the highest occurrence of tick in the Europe.
This article is aimed at foreigners living in the Czech Republic during the outbreak of COVID 19. Please bear in mind that the provided information is subject to change (mainly by the government) and is correct as of the date 14. 04. 2020.
All the provided information comes from government websites: Vlada.cz and MZCR.
It’s hard to recognize the world right now as we respond to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Coronavirus is making a lot of people worried these days. The outbreak of respiratory illness, caused by the new coronavirus (2019-nCoV), was first identified in Wuhan city, China. Additional cases have been identified in a growing number of other international locations. So far there are tens of thousands of infected people around the whole world.
Do you live in Prague temporarily or permanently? In both cases, a time might come when you need a specialised medical centre. You can, of course, go to a state-provided hospital, but if you are in Prague for a longer time, you will probably need more friendly, customised care, preferably in your own language.
The Czech Republic offers several health care services. The most common ones include hospitals, Accident and Emergency (A&E) departments and private medical centres.
Protecting you and our staff it the highest priority for us. Therefore, in connection with the latest COVID-19 development, we ask you to do the following:
When you arrive in Unicare, please wear a protective mask and if possible, come unaccompanied (not for kids and handicapped patients).
Hand disinfection is available at the entrance, so please use it.
Consider the need for scheduled non-acute examinations, or consult your doctor in advance by phone or e-mail.
If scheduled non-acute examinations are canceled, arrange new appointments with the reception.
Thank you for understanding.