More than 60,000 Czech households in crisis situation

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Up to 62,000 households in the Czech Republic have housing problems, Jan Klusáček, an analyst from the association For Housing (Za bydlení) said at a conference on Tuesday, reported the Czech Radio.

Those affected are in temporary accommodation, have inadequate housing or are homeless.

Up to around 166,000 individuals are facing such problems, 51,000 of them children, and their number is growing. Around one-fifth of people living in hostels are old-aged pensioners. 

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