5 Things First: The Top Czech News Headlines

If your day doesn’t start until you’re up to speed on the latest headlines, then let us introduce you to our new morning fix. 

  • iPhone owners in the Czech Republic have been targeted by a new phishing attack campaign in the previous days.
    The scammers are sending SMS messages from Czech phone numbers asking users to update their Apple ID credentials.

 

  • 56 percent of Czechs are not satisfied with the result of the general election held on October 8-9. Most people approached by the pollster do not believe that the election result will bring along hope for the political stability of the country or help find a solution to long-standing issues of the Czech Republic.

 

  • The general election winning alliance Together and PirSTAN promises in the coalition program more money for education, reducing inequalities at schools, and reinforcing cooperation between schools and enterprises.

 

  • Unemployment in the Czech Republic fell to 3.4 percent in October, down from 3.5 percent in September. The Labor Office registered over 251,000 job applicants in October, i.e. roughly 10,500 less than in the previous month.

 

  • As of Monday, November 8, Czechs who are fully vaccinated against Covid will once again be able to travel to the United States. Children under 18 do not have to show proof of vaccination but will be required to show proof of a negative test.

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