5 Things First: The Top Czech News Headlines

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  • Prague has been ranked as the best city in Europe for people working remotely and the fifth best in the world, according to the new study “Cities Best Facilitating Remote Work” by HR platform WorkMotion,  based on remote working compliance, cost of living, civic infrastructure and liveability.

 

  • The Czech Senate’s Constitutional Committee says that the upper house should not take action to suspend the powers of President Miloš Zeman unless his health state worsens.

 

  • The blanket testing of children for COVID-19 at Czech schools has not considerably helped curb the epidemic, since the virus is spread in the entire population, Deputy Health Minister for health care Martina Koziar Vasakova told reporters.

 

  • Year-on-year inflation rose sharply to an average of 5.7 percent in October from 4.9 percent in September. This follows from the estimates of analysts contacted by ČTK.

 

  • 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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