List of Countries That Imposed Restrictions On Travel To and From Czech Republic

With the rapid increase in coronavirus cases in the Czech Republic, travel regulations have changed. Several countries have responded to the situation in the Czech Republic by tightening travel restrictions. Photo via Unsplash / For illustrative purposes. Written by Veronica Ugwu, edited for Jobspin Czech Rep., Sep 17 (JS) – Several countries have issued new

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September 2020: Facemasks To Be Mandatory Again in Public Indoor Spaces, Event Capacity To Remain Unchanged

From September 1st, people in the Czech Republic will have to wear facemasks again in most public indoor areas and on public transport. Yesterday, Health Minister Adam Vojtech said this is a preventive measure, as he is expecting a difficult autumn ahead with higher levels of social interactions. Photo: Freepik / For illustrative purposes. Article prepared

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Negative Covid Test Necessary to Start Work in the Czech Republic for Some EU Citizens

Since Monday, Czech employers are required to request a negative covid-19 test from Swedish and Luxembourgish citizens who are to become their employees. Negative tests were already necessary to be requested from Bulgarian, Romanian and Portuguese citizens. Photo credit: Freepik / For illustrative purposes. Prepared by Tessa Adamson Czech Rep., Jul 29 (JS) – Since

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Average Salary in CR Exceeds CZK 34,000 (EUR 1,280) For the First Time, Will Likely Drop After Pandemic

For the first time ever, the Czech average monthly wage has risen above CZK 34,000 (circa EUR 1,280), after a year-on-year increase of 5%. Although the coronavirus crisis has led to wage cuts for many employees, lay-offs, particularly of low-income employees, have increased the average wage further. Written by Tessa Adamson Czech Rep., Jun 8

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World After ‘Coronacrisis’: Traditional Industries Will Make Space For Green Alternatives And Local Industries

The coronavirus and the related crisis we are now living through have disrupted life in all aspects around the globe, and made permanent changes to the economy. We spoke to Mark Harrison, the founder of the Association of Credit for Central and Eastern Europe, about what we can expect: more green alternatives, more local sourcing

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