Top Czech News Headlines: Wednesday, December 15, 2021

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  • The first hospitals in Czechia received anti-COVID vaccines for children aged 5-11, a total of 18,000 doses. The rest of the purchased supply has been taken over by the Avenier firm that will start distributing it to vaccination points and child practitioners’ offices on Thursday.


  • The mayor of the Prague 7 district, Jan Čižinský, says he will run for the post of lord mayor of Prague in municipal elections in autumn 2022.


  • In the first three quarters of the year, 102 932 people died in the Czech Republic, up by a fifth year-on-year. The country’s population, therefore, fell to 10.68 million people. Migration also impacted the decline, with more people moving out of the country.


  • The City of Prague announced that it will hold the Mayor’s Food Collection charity event for the second year in a row. Organisers will collect basic food and hygiene supplies on 16 December from 10 am to 6 pm in front of the New Town Hall building on Mariánské náměstí.


  • Czechs and Hungarians rank among the world’s hardest-working nations when it comes to learning a new language, according to Duolingo’s 2021 report.
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