The Latest: Czech Republic coronavirus cases spike again
PRAGUE — The number of people infected with the coronavirus is surging in the Czech Republic, setting a record for the second time this week.
The Health Ministry says the day-to-day increase in the COVID-19 cases reached 1,382 on Thursday.
In the two previous days, the number of infected in one day surpassed 1,160.
In reaction to the spike, the Czech Republic has returned to mandatory wearing of face masks in interior spaces.
The Czech Republic has had a total of 32,413 COVID-19 cases and 448 people have died, according to government figures on Friday.
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