5 Things First: The Top Czech and World News Headlines

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If your day doesn’t start until you’re up to speed on the latest headlines, then let us introduce you to our new morning fix. 

  • Health Minister Adam Vojtěch has proposed a partial tightening of measures to control the spread of Covid-19, to require a PCR test rather than antigen test, at least for mass events. The minister’s comments were reported are directly in contrast to those from Babiš, who declared the opposite.

  • Czech President Milos Zeman hospitalized at the intensive care unit of the Prague Central Military Hospital (UVN) is willing to receive SPOLU Prime Minister candidate Petr Fiala as soon as he is moved to a regular hospital room, Fiala told journalist.

  • The government of Belarus has extended its ban on products from several companies, including Škoda Auto products. The Czech company refused to sponsor the Ice Hockey World Championships in Belarus last April.

  • One more meeting could be enough to reach an agreement between Poland and the Czech Republic on the Turow lignite mine, the Polish climate minister said on Wednesday, in what would resolve the most serious spat between the two countries in decades.

  • Although hundreds of thousands of workers and craftsmen are missing in the production companies, the growth of starting wages has not been seen this year. Workers in professional positions in particular improved, most often by one percent. That’s according to a survey of Grafton Recruitment’s staffing agency.

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