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  • Students stranded in Czechia? An option for uninterrupted studies
    on 2. July 2020 at 6:59

    by Andreas Antonopoulos | Prague Daily Monitor UNYP Rector Dr. Andreas Antonopoulos, one of the Prague Monitor's longtime supporters and partners, writes about how to start or continue an American higher education degree during these hard-to-plan times. No foreign travel required! read more

  • Czech Development Agency's projects facing challenges amid coronavirus
    on 2. July 2020 at 6:59

    Prague Daily Monitor The current coronavirus crisis and associated restrictive measures put in place to a varying extent all over the world are resulting in a great number of restrictions and challenges for projects supported under the B2B Program. read more

  • University develops replaceable filter for homemade masks
    on 2. July 2020 at 6:59

    Prague Daily Monitor The Liberec Technical University has created a replaceable filter which can be used in the homemade masks people are sewing. The masks are worn to comply with laws designed in preventing the spread of Covid-19. The Nano-material is 70-90% effective in stopping the coronavirus cells. The university with the help from the Liberec region and the private sector is now producing 100,000 filters a day. The price per one should not exceed CZK 10. read more

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  • Justice Minister: Hungary to Act on Prison Overcrowding by Sept. 30
    by MTI-Hungary Today on 1. July 2020 at 15:39

    Hungary’s interior minister has until Sept. 30 to take steps to reduce prison overcrowding in the country, Justice Minister Judit Varga said on Tuesday. Compensation payments made to inmates over prison overcrowding “have led to abuses in the application of the law, which must be stopped”, Varga said during an annual hearing before parliament’s justice The post Justice Minister: Hungary to Act on Prison Overcrowding by Sept. 30 appeared first on Hungary Today.

  • Free Parking in Hungary Ends Tomorrow
    by Csenge Schőnviszky on 1. July 2020 at 15:30

    Free public parking, implemented amid the coronavirus crisis and having drawn criticism mostly from the opposition-led local goverments, will be abolished throughout Hungary from the 2nd of July.  In early April, a government decree on free parking was issued, confirmed officially with “keeping safe distances” amid the pandemic situation.  “Since this is impossible or only The post Free Parking in Hungary Ends Tomorrow appeared first on Hungary Today.

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