Top Czech News Headlines: Wednesday, February 9, 2022

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  • The requirement to show a Covid certificate at Czech restaurants and other facilities will end on Thursday, not on Wednesday as previously stated, a Ministry of Health spokesperson told news site


  • The Chcípl pes initiative is planning another protest action against the pandemic law. There will be petition tents in Prague’s Klárov district from Wednesday evening. They should remain there until Thursday, when senators vote on the amendment.


  • The Czech Republic’s Foreign Minister Jan Lipavský is set to hand over 500 first aid packages worth a total of CZK 3.6 million, during his visit to Ukraine from Monday to Tuesday.


  • The reconstruction of Prague’s Barrandov Bridge should begin in the first half of May this year. The bridge will not be closed during the repairs, and traffic will be restricted to one of the four lanes in each direction.


  • Czech basketball player Tomáš Satoranský has joined his fourth club since the start of his NBA career in 2016. The 30-year-old has been traded from New Orleans to Portland.
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