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Children under 10 go back to school in Czech Republic

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Prague, Apr 12 (EFE / EPA) .- (Camera: Martin Divisek) Czech Republic has emerged this Monday from the state of emergency decreed on October 5, 2020, and from the general confinement imposed on March 1, although they will remain closed, for at least the next two weeks, gastronomy and non-essential commerce.FOOTAGE OF RETURN TO CLASS IN PRAGUE, CZECH REPUBLIC.

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