In a time full of change, we are most aware of the love for our homeland as we return to our country. The Czech and Slovak flags are connected by red, white and blue. In her new Liberta collection, fashion designer Jitka Klett also expresses the connection of the two now independent, separate countries, traversing the same thorny path of the pandemic period, which we, for the first time in our history, began to experience in 2020. The colours that symbolise these two national flags, as well as the history of Czechoslovakia will always be exceptional to us. So when else to unite and enjoy the beauty of our country than in this difficult time? That is why we should wear clothes in the colours of our flag proudly and with love, just like Karolína Bosáková, model and Director of the Happy Hearts Endowment Fund, who is the face of the campaign.
The Czech company Anygence is assisting in a solution for the testing of employees and individuals in the current crisis situation. It now presents a new application for testing in companies – with the utilisation of the revolutionary RT-PCR tests from saliva.
The year of COVID-19 has changed a lot in our lives, including, among others, also the long-term mistrust of buying drugs online. Shopping online has become a necessity, especially during long periods of limited contacts and emergency measures. “Customers and our investments have changed and we have as well,” concludes PharmDr. Vladimir Finsterle, MBA., founder of the first and largest Czech online pharmacy.
At the beginning of March, the Low Tatras will be rejuvenated by the Women’s World Cup in Downhill Skiing. The competition in Jasná, Slovakia’s largest winter resort, will be crowned by the awarding of magnificent prizes from the workshop of Gordana Glass. Her awards will also adorn our Travel Fever magazine’s golfing tournament this year.