Coronavirus in Czechia: Countermeasures Tightening, Schools Closed and Gatherings Limited

The current coronavirus countermeasures will tighten from Wednesday, October 14 as decided by the Czech government on Monday, October 12. Another full lockdown is not possible since it would harm the Czech economy, which is why the government decided to reduce the concentration of people at one place at a time, rather than close shops and services like in spring.

Plans for the Most Attractive and Liveliest Society Venue in Olomouc

you live in Olomouc? We have exciting news for you! If all plans work and deadlines are met, you could go to farmer markets, a concert, or a theatrical performance in the Olomouc waterfront in about two years. Embankment space will offer a whole scale of activities.

The First Czech Mentoring Marathon by BPWCR Starts in November

Are you a woman who is interested in mentoring programs? Do you like working on your professional and personal development? Then the First Czech Mentoring Marathon online event held by Business & Professional Women CR is right for you! It’s an opportunity to learn from more than 60 experienced and successful women across professional fields!

Coronavirus in Czechia: Restricions on Leisure Activities and Shopping

A set of new countermeasures was announced by the Minister of Health Roman Prymula on Thursday, October 8. Some of them come into force on Friday, October 9, the rest of them will apply from Monday, October 12. Most of them concern leisure activities, although restrictions affecting shopping or education were announced as well.

Think Bigger and Explore The Future: DTSE AI Incubator

Are you a type of person who is interested in finance and procurement services? Do you agree with us that innovation is a change that unlocks new value? We would like to tell you more about AI Incubator, a new project created by Deutsche Telekom Services Europe Czech Republic. We bring you an interview with the project Manager of AI Incubator, Dávid Molnár who reveals that by using artificial intelligence, the company can deliver better services to their customers and shape a creative work environment for their employees.

Beep & Go: Easy Way of Paying for Public Transport in Brno

Are you going to move to Brno soon? Do you plan to use public transport to get to school or work? If your answer is yes, read on and find out more detailed information. Brno has a new way of buying a ticket for public transport. Just Beep & Go! Contactless ticket purchase — no paper, no registration, no worries!

Utilities in the Czech Republic and How Much Will You Pay for Them

Paying for utilities can be pretty confusing. Some landlords in the Czech Republic have fixed prices that they use for paying the utilities and tenants pay it as a part of the rent or they pay for the utilities themselves. But what is really hidden behind the word, utilities? What do you need to watch out for? How to save money for utilities? What is the approximate price that you would pay? Let’s find out!

5 Tips on How to Feel at Home in Your New Apartment

Are you a student moving to the Czech Republic? Do you feel nervous? Or are you ready to experience something new? Moving time can be fun but also demanding at the same time. Your new apartment may feel empty and sad when you first come in. We come up with ideas, what is going to help you to make your new home more “homey”. 

Coronavirus in Czechia: The Government Declared a State of Emergency

On Monday, October 5, a state of emergency will come into force. The state of emergency was declared on September 30 by the Czech government and together with that, new restrictions will be introduced, but as announced by the Minister of Health, Roman Prymula, they won’t include the closing of borders. He, however, admitted that other countries may impose restrictions on travelling from and to the Czech Republic.

Coronavirus in Czechia: Where You Can Get Tested for COVID-19

More and more people know someone infected or someone who was in contact with an infected person as the number of people infected with coronavirus still rapidly grows. With this, the possibility of catching the virus increases. So where can one get tested if they think they could be also infected?