Prague city hall will purchase mobile residential containers for approximately eight million crowns that will be available in crisis situation to people without shelter or drug addicts. Containers with health and sleeping facilities should be available during the winter months. Civic Democratic councilman Ivan Kabický announced this on Friday as part of Prague City Hall’s plan to aid the homeless. The city hall will lend the mobile containers to providers of social services for free this winter. There are at least 4 000 people in Prague living on the streets, who are at particular risk during the winter months.
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