Prague’s first Christmas market opens ahead of lockdown for unvaccinated residents

The footage shows a big crowd of people visiting Prague's Christmas market and enjoying the last weekend before the “lockdown for the unvaccinated”. From Monday (November 22), unvaccinated Czechs will not be able to attend public events, enter restaurants and other services. Czech Republic is not the first country to impose strict anti-COVID regulations this week. Austria announced a full national lockdown starting from Monday as well. In several regions of Germany (Bavaria and Saxony), Christmas markets were officially canceled.

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