Czechia: Beer gardens reopens despite cold weather


Despite unseasonably cold and gray weather, beer gardens opened in the Czech Republic, marking a watershed moment after five months of COVID-19 lockout.

The Czech Republic, birthplace of the original Pilsner, drinks the most beer per capita in the world, and reopening pubs for outdoor service is seen as a key move in the country’s efforts to ease COVID-19 restrictions.


With one of the highest per capita mortality rates in the world, the nation was hard hit by the second wave of COVID-19.

The number of coronavirus cases and hospitalizations has been slowly declining in recent months. As of Monday morning, the seven-day count of new cases per 100,000 people had dropped to 71, indicating that constraints would be relaxed further.

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The government began offering vaccinations to those over the age of 40 on Monday, kicking off a vaccine campaign. In the world of 10.7 million inhabitants, 4.1 million doses had been delivered as of the start of the week. 


Locals gathered for beer in tourist-heavy areas in Prague‘s historic center, despite the rainy weather, which included rain and temperatures around 15 degrees Celsius (60 degrees Fahrenheit).

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Secondary schools remain closed, and some Czechs are dismissive of the government’s decision to prioritize the opening of restaurant terraces above secondary schools. However, gyms reopened on Monday as well.

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