Wednesday, 3 June 2020

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Prague City Hall data shows more flats up for rental in the center, and at lower prices

Expats.cz |
14 May 2020

Data from a Prague City Hall project shows that rental prices for apartments have dropped one-fifth during the coronavirus crisis, and the number of flats available has tripled, while use of flats for short-term rental has dropped by half.

Prague Michelin-starred restaurant to offer new concept, more affordable meals

Expats.cz |
14 May 2020

Chef Radek Kašpárek says restaurants will need to adjust their prices and approach to appeal to Czech customers.

Czech Post: Expect long delays when sending or receiving packages from the US

Expats.cz |
14 May 2020

Restrictions imposed by the coronavirus pandemic are loosening as cases decline and recoveries rise — however, daily life will remain complicated by the pandemic for some time to come. One area that has been impacted by travel restrictions is the mail.

Prague's largest drive in to open at Strahov Stadium

Expats.cz |
13 May 2020

The largest drive-in cinema in Prague opened May 12, at the parking lot of Strahov Stadium. It has space for 120 cars and should be in operation until the end of September daily from 9 pm.

When will it be safe to go back to work in Prague?

Expats.cz |
13 May 2020

As lockdowns start to ease around Europe, a return to the 9-to-5 grind is unavoidable. And perhaps one of the biggest questions at the forefront of everybody's mind is "just how safe will my office space be then?"

International film production to restart, with actors able to avoid quarantine

Expats.cz |
13 May 2020

Strict hygiene rules including frequent testing for coronavirus will apply to people working on international film productions. Production company Stillking, which is involved with Carnival Row and other productions, has an up-to-date list of rules applying to production and travel on their website.

Government ends requirement to wear face masks outdoors from May 25

Expats.cz |
12 May 2020

The Czech government has decided to end the mandatory requirement to wear a face mask in outdoor public spaces on May 25, Czech Health Minister Adam Vojtěch announced yesterday. Face masks will still be required in indoor areas where people congregate, which includes public transportation vehicles, shops and malls, cinemas, theaters, and other spaces.

Czech cinemas, beer gardens, museums and more have reopened, but with conditions

Expats.cz |
12 May 2020

A new wave of the easing of coronavirus restrictions came into effect May 11, with the largest amount of planned reopenings of categories of business. Theaters, concert venues, cinemas, museums, art galleries, exhibition spaces, outdoor beer gardens, outdoor restaurant seating and the rest of stores in shopping malls being allowed to reopen.

Czech Republic ahead of the EU average in online shopping

Expats.cz |
12 May 2020

Online shopping has increased drastically in the Czech Republic over the past decade, and is now ahead of the European Union average, while in the past it had lagged behind.

New English-language football camp kicks off in Prague this summer

Expats.cz |
12 May 2020

A unique new English-language summer camp and academy for kids is led by professional Czech footballers.

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