Crowds amassed on Prague’s Charles Bridge on Tuesday to have a good time the top of the Czech Republic’s coronavirus disaster with a bunch dinner alongside a big desk arrange at the historical landmark.
The EU member of 10.7 million other people has by means of now eased lots of the anti-virus measures it offered early on — because of which it has fared moderately neatly, registering fewer than 12,000 coronavirus instances and beneath 350 deaths.
On the 14th-century bridge, merrymakers munched on snacks and sipped beverages they introduced from house, sharing their fare with others on the desk spanning 500 metres (a 3rd of a mile).
“Everyone had to do something to be here, bring food or a flower. The idea was for everyone to get involved,” Prague cafe proprietor and tournament organiser Ondrej Kobza advised AFP.
“We want to celebrate the end of the coronavirus crisis with people meeting up and showing they’re no longer afraid to meet others. That they aren’t afraid to accept a bite of a sandwich from someone.”
“Society mustn’t be afraid. Otherwise, we’ll have an economic crisis, a depression and that will hit society harder than COVID-19,” mentioned Kobza.
The 41-year-old is understood for having positioned pianos within the streets of Prague, arrange chess tables in an area sq. and made the roof of a palace available to the general public.
Several improvised bands performed and sang alongside the curvy desk embellished with oxeye daisies and new friendships have been sealed over a snack or a tumbler.
“I found the event on Facebook and thought it was interesting,” mentioned Galina Khomchenko-Krejcikova, a Russian Prague resident who got here with a pal.
“I just finished a night shift so I didn’t have time to prepare anything. But we brought some wine and snacks we found at home,” she advised AFP.
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