While some measures – such as the no private gathering rules – are not being enforced by police controls, others have been made subject to fines.
What are the fines?
Failing to keep a distance of one metre attracts a fine of €100, Kurier reports.
Failing to wear a mask – or wearing one which does not properly cover the mouth and nose – could attract a fine of €50 euros.
Anyone who ignores quarantine orders under the Epidemics Act will be required to pay €150.
Failing to comply with the government’s 8pm to 6am curfew will also attract a fine of €150.
Failing to keep distance in carpools or taxis will attract a fine of €100.
Known informally as the ‘two-person rule', the measure prevents more than two people sitting next to each other in a car – unless they come from the same household.
A fine of €300 will be levied on event organisers or business owners who exceed the maximum number of people in their venues.
Repeat offenders can be fined up to €500.
Anyone who violates quarantine can be fined up to €1,450, while jail terms are also possible.
Finally, while people under the age of 18 can also be fined, the fines levied are half of the amounts listed above.