The government announced a blanket ban on the sale of hard alcohol in the stands
PRAGUE (MEDIAFAX) - Cabinet Petr Necas (ODS) decided to ban the sale of printed liquor stalls, the reason is the increasing number of methyl alcohol poisoning. On Wednesday afternoon, the Minister of Health announced Leos Heger (TOP 09).
Heger added that the ban applies to the sale and pouring rum and spirits with more than 30 percent alcohol. These spirits are not allowed to sell in kiosks and other mobile and transient operations. Ban will continue until further notice.
The Minister also called for cooperation on alcohol checks governors and mayors. "Surface ban such legal power, he is not required to follow the emergency law," said Heger. Who suspect alcohol is found, it is discarded.
Methyl alcohol poisoning has killed 10 people, this number is confirmed. Three other deaths are reviewed and awaiting autopsy results. Over twenty people are hospitalized. At present, the area held control food inspection, the Czech Trade Inspection and the Customs Administration in all regions to find the source of methanol.
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