As of Wednesday, companies with more than 250 employees must begin testing all their employees for COVID-19 by March 12.  Any employee who refuses to undergo tests could face termination according to legal experts.  Czech attorney Jiří Matzner told Novinky that if an employee doesn’t make it to work because they refused a test, it would be considered an “inexcusable absence.”  “According to this unusual measure implemented by the Ministry of Health on March 1, 2021, employees are obliged to undergo testing at the request of the employer. If an employee doesn’t appear for the test, he can’t perform work within the employer’s workplace. In this case, it would be an inexcusable absence and a gross violation of work duties.”Continue Reading