Rozhovor Britských listů 369. Z každých 10 000 nakažených umírá 200 lidí [Britské listy Interview 369. Of each of the 10 000 infected people, 200 dies]

Čulík, J. and Pospíchal, P. (2021) Rozhovor Britských listů 369. Z každých 10 000 nakažených umírá 200 lidí [Britské listy Interview 369. Of each of the 10 000 infected people, 200 dies]. [Audio]

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Abstract

"We know for sure that these people will die, but we do not know which ones of the 10 000 it will be. These people are now here with us and in a fortnight, they will be dead. We should be marking somehow the death of the 21 000 victims of the pandemic in the Czech Republic." Petr Pospíchal, journalist and a Charter 77 signatory is here appealing to the public to mark the victims of the pandemic by a minute of silence at midday on 22nd March, 2021, on the first anniversary of the day when the first victim of the pandemic died in the Czech Republic in 2020. Church bells should be ringing at the same time. Jan Čulík talks to Petr Pospíchal about how the Czech Republic is coming to terms with this plague. They also discuss the fact that after the end of the pandemic, the state and the economic system of the Czech Republic will have to be radically changed. After all, the need for change, which has been revealed by the pandemic, is now being discussed everywhere. This interview was broadcast by the Czech cable TV station Regionalnitelevize.cz from Friday 5th March 2021.

Item Type:Audio
Keywords:Czech Republic, coronavirus pandemic, 21 000 dead in the Czech Republic, remembering the victims of the pandemic, Petr Pospíchal, Jan Čulík, Jan Culik, Britské listy interviews.
Status:Published
Glasgow Author(s) Enlighten ID:Culik, Dr Jan
Authors: Čulík, J., and Pospíchal, P.
College/School:College of Arts > School of Modern Languages and Cultures > Slavonic Studies
Publisher:Britské lisrty
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