5 Things First: The Top Czech News Headlines

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  • The validity of Covid-19 vaccination certificates will be reduced to only nine months from January 2022, outgoing health minister Adam Vojtěch announced on Thursday.


  • Another vaccination center will open on December 13 in the Kotva shopping center in Prague. It will be operated by the General University Hospital (VFN).


  • A court in Paris has convicted three Czech men for assaulting Thai political refugee Aung Neko in a Paris café in November 2019, the French daily Le Monde reported on Thursday.


  • The largest P + R car park in Prague has opened in Černý Most. It has a capacity of almost nine hundred cars. The construction cost about half a billion crowns.


  • A total of 302 doctors for adults and 24 pediatricians met the call by the Doctors Help Czechia initiative on the first day and reported their readiness to start vaccination against Covid-19 in their offices, the initiative, whose goal is to speed up the vaccination.

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