A ban on direct flights to and from China is now in force in the Czech Republic. The last flight from China arrived at Prague’s international airport on Saturday, bringing a number of Czechs who opted to leave the country due to the coronavirus outbreak.
There were previously twelve direct links a week to four Chinese cities. The ban will remain in place until further notice. Similar bans have been affected by many other countries.
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