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The service sector, shops and restaurants will re-open in the Czech Republic on Thursday, 3rd December, the government decided during Sunday’s meeting. The night curfew will be lifted, as well. On the same day, the Czech Republic will downgrade from the fourth to the third level of danger according to PES. “The government has unanimously decided that the Czech Republic will move from level 4 to level 3. The date will be on Thursday next week,” Jan Blatný, the Minister of Health, said, Novinky.cz reports. According to the minister, there are more epidemiological improvements to come. “According to the available data and the forecast of our mathematical model, we expect a significant improvement in the epidemiological situation over the nextRead more.

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According to Jan Hamáček, the Minister of the Interior, the PES score is not decreasing as fast as he would like. Because of that, it is unclear whether the government will be ready to continue relaxing the measures on Monday the 30th as originally planned. “Everyone is looking forward to the development of the PES score in the coming days. The situation is not clear. According to information from the Ministry of Health, the score is not falling as fast as we would like, ” said Hamáček (CSSD). He noted that in some regions the PES score is increasing, although it might be attributed to those specific regions. As such, Most, Louny, Rakovnik Chrudim, Svitavy, and Hradec Kralove remain inRead more.

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Apart from bringing us their best game at American Football in Czechia, Prague Lions actively participate in charity, including supporting the struggling small businesses and those working in COVID-19 hospitals. Now, they are sharing their desire to help children with cancer with you and help collect gifts and toys for them, which will make their Christmas better! By: PragueLions Hope Month In 2010, we first came up with the idea of helping others in their fight with cancer. In the end, we decided to aim our efforts on children, specifically those fighting their fight with cancer on the oncological unit of the Motol teaching hospital. Since then, year after year, we collect gifts and toys for these children, and weRead more.