William Nattrass William Nattrass

Covid’s second wave is hitting the Czech Republic hard

A Prague cafe sells Covid-19 puddings (Getty images)

When the pandemic first hit, other countries turned to the Czech Republic for lessons in how to deal with Covid-19. But while the country coped relatively well back then, the second wave has been rather more brutal. 

The Czech Republic now has the highest rate of Covid-19 infection in Europe and one of the highest in the world.

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