Czech morning news in brief: top headlines for April 22, 2021

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According to preliminary data from the European Commission, approximately 18,800 people died on the roads in the European Union last year within 30 days of the accident, which is 4,000 less year-on-year. In the Czech Republic, there were 517 victims of traffic accidents, a year-on-year decrease of 100. Sweden remained the safest country with 18 deaths per million inhabitants; the Czech Republic is in 18th place with 48 deaths per million inhabitants. According to a press release from the Transport Research Center based in Brno, the report’s lower number of fatal accidents reflects lower traffic intensity due to pandemic measures.

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