Top Czech News Headlines: Monday, February 14, 2022

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  • The obligation to wear respirators in public could be gradually lifted as of mid-March in the Czech Republic, epidemiologist Rastislav Maďar said in a debate program on Czech Television on Sunday.


  • The construction of the new multifunctional hall at the Brno Exhibition Centre will begin in 2022. It will hold as many as 13,300 people, and 1,300 new parking spaces will also be built at the site.


  • After the rise in the price of beer at the beginning of this year, beer consumers must prepare for further price increases. They may, however, be lower than for some other food products, which can increase by more than ten percent. Beer prices will rise gradually throughout the year.


  • The last family members of the diplomats at the Czech Embassy in Kiev left the town on Sunday afternoon and evening. The embassy will continue to operate with 29 people remaining there.


  • Some 11.4 million tourists stayed in accommodation facilities in the Czech Republic in 2021, which represents a year-on-year increase by 5.2 percent.
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