Prague Cafe employees set up slot races all over the bar emptied by COVID-19

Prague Cafe employees set up slot races all over the bar emptied by COVID-19

As scientists around the world race to create a file Covid-19 A vaccine. The workers in a cafe in Prague participated in a different kind of race.

Melinska Cafe Set up an electric hatch car track on its bar so the restaurant stays closed to eat inside, Reuters mentioned.

According to the report, employees at the café, which is popular with the local art community, are still preparing takeout orders, but now have something to keep them busy between orders. They decide to create the track after one warehouse worker finds it in the house.

A waiter plays an electric car track inside a café, as the Czech government closed all restaurants for two weeks to slow the spread of COVID-19, in Prague, Czech Republic (Reuters / David W. Cerny)

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The race track flips between beer taps, banks toppling a pile of wine glasses on the bar and even incorporating a rotating ring between two tables.

“It was a surprising idea,” Jean Ceramik, the bar manager, told Reuters. “We said that if we can’t use the space like we used to … we’ll have a kind of fun here that we can’t have fun when we have guests.”

The Czech government closed all restaurants for two weeks to slow the spread of the Coronavirus disease. (Reuters / David W. Cerny)

The Czech government closed all restaurants for two weeks to slow the spread of the Coronavirus disease. (Reuters / David W. Cerny)

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The Czech Republic has seen a significant increase in newly confirmed COVID-19 cases in the past two months and has been experiencing the fastest increase in per capita infections and deaths from the virus as of last week.

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On October 14, Czech officials banned gatherings of more than six people and banned diners from entering restaurants and bars in an effort to curb the spread of COVID-19.

A waiter prepares a drink after converting the bar area to an electric car track. (Reuters / David W. Cerny)

A waiter prepares a drink after converting the bar area to an electric car track. (Reuters / David W. Cerny)

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On Sunday, an estimated 2,000 protesters gathered against the restrictions and clashed with riot police in Prague. Watchman mentioned.

The virus has infected more than 188,000 people in the Czech Republic and killed 1,600 people there, according to Johns Hopkins University.

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