5 Things First: The Top Czech and World News Headlines

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  • Czech centrist and centre-right parties reached an agreement on forming a majority coalition government and its key agenda, said the chairman of the strongest party in the forming coalition on Tuesday.

  • The Czech opposition Freedom and Direct Democracy (SPD) movement is going to file a criminal complaint against the Bohemia Energy company, its owner and boards’ members on Tuesday on suspicion of fraud. The company ceased operations in mid-October and has around 900,000 customers looking for a new energy supplier.

  • ŠKODA AUTO’s plan is to launch three more electric cars by the end of the decade. At the same time, he cannot imagine the future of electromobility without a domestic gigafactory. Concerning the crisis of production caused by the lack of chips at the same time, he assumes a return to the normal volume of production in 2022.

  • Czech Airlines (CSA) has resumed its Prague-Copenhagen service. The service will be operated twice a week, on Thursday and Sunday.

  • As of November 1st, the eRouška covid tracing app has been suspended. During its operation, it has warned over 400,000 users of potentially dangerous contacts with confirmed cases of Covid-19. At the time of its suspension, the app had an estimated 1.7 million users.

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