Top Czech News Headlines: Friday, January 28, 2022

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  • According to the annual report from Transparency International, the Czech Republic’s corruption perception index (CPI) score is unchanged from last year, meaning the country ranks as the 49th least corrupt, equal with Malta and Mauritius.

  • The validity of a Covid-19 vaccination certificate will be extended indefinitely when a person receives a booster dose. This change will take effect on February 15th. Certificates of those who have had two doses will be valid for 270 days.

  • People in the Czech Republic will be able to register for the Novavax vaccine as of February 1. The inoculation with the newest vaccine would begin on March 1st and it would be available for everyone over the age of 18.

  • The Czech government has approved the transfer of more than 4,000 artillery shells to Ukraine. This was reported by the press service of the Czech Defense Ministry on Twitter page. It is noted that the Czech Republic will transfer 4,006 artillery shells of 152 mm caliber to Ukraine.


  • The share of renewable energy in the European Union’s total electricity consumption will increase to 37.5 percent in 2020 from 34 percent in 2019, the statistical office Eurostat said in a report. Austria reported the highest share of renewable energy in EU, while the Czech Republic was among the five countries with the lowest percentage.
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