Prague’s transport authority is planning to reopen all of the stations in the city’s metro system at 15:00 on Sunday, the new website Lidovky.cz reported. The metro’s operators had previously said they would open on Monday the remaining stations closed since the threat of flooding began last week. Flood barriers will remain in the vestibules of some stations. Reacting to the news, Prime Minister Nečas said the decision to reopen the entire system early was ill-considered and at variance with the views of the Central Flood Commission.
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