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Czechs to lift coronavirus lockdown on shops, restaurants over next two months

Reuters Tuesday, 14 April 2020
The Czech government will allow stores and restaurants to reopen gradually over the next two months to reawaken an economy paralysed by the coronavirus lockdown, officials said on Tuesday.
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