Top Czech News Headlines: Tuesday, February 22, 2022

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  • President Milos Zeman signed an amendment to the pandemic law that widens the measures against coronavirus and extends the validity of the legislation till the end of November. The legislation will also enact the practice of ordering quarantine or isolation by phone or a brief SMS.


  • The Czech Association of Professional Theatres has called on the country’s theatres, culture, public and state institutions to fly Ukrainian flags on their buildings as symbolic support for the inviolability of state territory.


  • Kunsthalle Praha, a new non-profit cultural space located in the historical city centre is due to open to the public on February 22, 2022 with an exhibition called 100 Years of Electricity in Art.


  • The Czech minister of foreign affairs, Jan Lipavský, will meet for talks with his Australian counterpart Marise Payne on Wednesday, the Czech Foreign Ministry reported on its web page. It is the first visit to Prague by an Australian foreign minister in 17 years.


  • Brno City Council has approved a package of support for 21 non-profit organisations dedicated to crime prevention, totalling CZK 3.456 million. In addition, funds will go to other public entities operating in Brno, such as the police force.

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