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Flower shops in the Czech Republic struggle amid coronavirus pandemic

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Velke Prilepy (Czech Republic), 15 Apr, EFE/EPA, (Camera: Martin Divisek).- Hundreds of workers in the flower industry have been severely affected during the coronavirus pandemic crisis in the Czech Republic. Mila Hilgertova, a Czech florist and farmer who harvests tulips in Velke Prilepy, says her only source of income is now the sale of flower bouquets through the online shop.FOOTAGE OF MILA HILGERTOVA'S FIELD IN VELKE PRILEPY, CZECH REPUBLIC

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