5 Things First: The Top Czech News Headlines

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  • Czech President Milos Zeman, who has been hospitalized at the intensive care unit of the Prague Central Military Hospital (UVN) since October 10, moved to a regular hospital room on Wednesday.


  • The Czech Republic accepted two patients with severe cases of Covid-19 from Romania on Saturday, the news site iRozhlas.cz reported.


  • COVID-19 antigen tests will not be accepted at mass events for over 1,000 people in the Czech Republic as of November 22, and only PCR tests, certificates on full vaccination or on having the COVID infection in the past six months will be valid.


  • Until November 17, trams will not run in the section between the Staroměstská, Právnická fakulta and Čechův most stops, due to tracks renovation. Lines number 17, 42, and 93 will run on a temporarily changed route.


  • 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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