PHOTOS People enjoy leisure time on boats in Prague, Czech Republic

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People enjoy leisure time on boats in Prague, Czech Republic

Xinhua

21:14, April 19, 2020

People enjoy leisure time on boats on Vltava River in Prague, the Czech Republic, April 18, 2020. The Czech cabinet on April 14 approved a concrete plan to fully remove movement restrictions by June 8, officials said during a press conference. The plan will be divided into five stages. The first restrictions will be eased on April 20 with craft shops, farmers' markets, car showrooms, and second-hand stores to be allowed to open, and more shops and events to be added in stages, according to the ministry. (Photo by Dana Kesnerova/Xinhua)

People wait to rent boats while keeping a social distancing in Prague, the Czech Republic, April 18, 2020. The Czech cabinet on April 14 approved a concrete plan to fully remove movement restrictions by June 8, officials said during a press conference. The plan will be divided into five stages. The first restrictions will be eased on April 20 with craft shops, farmers' markets, car showrooms, and second-hand stores to be allowed to open, and more shops and events to be added in stages, according to the ministry. (Photo by Dana Kesnerova/Xinhua)

People wait to rent boats while keeping a social distancing in Prague, the Czech Republic, April 18, 2020. The Czech cabinet on April 14 approved a concrete plan to fully remove movement restrictions by June 8, officials said during a press conference. The plan will be divided into five stages. The first restrictions will be eased on April 20 with craft shops, farmers' markets, car showrooms, and second-hand stores to be allowed to open, and more shops and events to be added in stages, according to the ministry. (Photo by Dana Kesnerova/Xinhua)

People enjoy leisure time on boats on Vltava River in Prague, the Czech Republic, April 18, 2020. The Czech cabinet on April 14 approved a concrete plan to fully remove movement restrictions by June 8, officials said during a press conference. The plan will be divided into five stages. The first restrictions will be eased on April 20 with craft shops, farmers' markets, car showrooms, and second-hand stores to be allowed to open, and more shops and events to be added in stages, according to the ministry. (Photo by Dana Kesnerova/Xinhua)

People enjoy leisure time on a boat on Vltava River in Prague, the Czech Republic, April 18, 2020. The Czech cabinet on April 14 approved a concrete plan to fully remove movement restrictions by June 8, officials said during a press conference. The plan will be divided into five stages. The first restrictions will be eased on April 20 with craft shops, farmers' markets, car showrooms, and second-hand stores to be allowed to open, and more shops and events to be added in stages, according to the ministry. (Photo by Dana Kesnerova/Xinhua)

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