Tuesday, 2 June 2020

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Prague IKEA to reopen May 11 but to a limited number of customers only

Expats.cz |
7 May 2020

Like many other brick and mortar stores that were forced to close during the coronavirus restrictions in the Czech Republic, IKEA is set to re-open in May as government measures lessen.

Airbnb 2.0 and suburban migration: Six expert predictions for the Prague real estate market

Expats.cz |
6 May 2020

According to newly released research by UBS Global Wealth Management (GWM), there's a chance the residential market in Prague will slow down this year, though UBS analysts expect positive price growth to return later on – just at a slower pace than before.

How businesses and employees can benefit from the government's financial support

Expats.cz |
6 May 2020

An up-to-date overview of the compensation available from the Czech government including extended deadlines and the most recent information.

City of Prague to invest in Czech artists and public art installations

Expats.cz |
6 May 2020

The City of Prague has announced that it will partner with one of Prague's major museums to give struggling artists a helping hand while creating opportunities to create more art installations and open-air exhibits for the public space.

Prague fertility clinic sees a recent surge in local patients, many of them foreigners

Expats.cz |
5 May 2020

The Czech Republic has long been known as a destination for infertility patients. But while recent border closures and social distancing measures have made receiving fertility treatments from its world-renowned clinics a bit tricky, couples are still finding ways to start a family even amid the coronavirus outbreak.

Václav Havel Airport slowly restarts service, now offers four regular flights

Expats.cz |
5 May 2020

Prague's Václav Havel Airport is slowly crawling back to life as quarantine regulations are starting to relax in the Czech Republic, and now offers four regular flights to European destinations including Amsterdam and Düsseldorf.

Uber Eats exits Czech market, ride service will continue

Expats.cz |
5 May 2020

Food delivery service Uber Eats will be closing its operations in the Czech Republic and seven other markets, as it failed to reach its target goals. The service will cease at the end of the day on June 3.

Czech unemployment steady in the first quarter of 2020; Prague has the country's lowest rate

Expats.cz |
5 May 2020

Unemployment in the Czech Republic stagnated at 2.0% in the first quarter of 2020, while Prague and Central Bohemia were at 1.1%. Nationwide, the numbers for employed and unemployed both dropped, and the number of economically inactive people increased, according to the Czech Statistical Office (ČSÚ).

Beer garden in Riegrovy sady set to reopen, but Prague 2 says it lacks permits

Expats.cz |
4 May 2020

The beer garden at the entrance to Riegrovy sady in Prague 2 is set to reopen as soon as coronavirus restrictions allow, and benches are already in place in the fenced-off area. The Prague 2 district, however, says that permission has not been granted.

Prague uncovered: Plaques across the city mark the heroes of the Prague Uprising

Expats.cz |
4 May 2020

The start of May 2020 marks 75 years since the Prague Uprising, which was among the last fighting in World War II. Normally, there would be memorial gatherings and re-enactments for a significant anniversary, but this year due to coronavirus restrictions, there won't be any large public events.

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