Czech restrictions on travel and free movement lifted
Czechs will be able to gather outside in groups of up to 10, the health ministry says, as the Covid-19 situation has improved. The country’s lockdown began on 16 March.
They can leave home whenever they want, but social distancing rules and face masks remain compulsory.
From Monday Czechs will be able to go abroad again, under strict conditions.
At the border, on their return, they will be tested for coronavirus.
EU citizens arriving on business, or university students, will be allowed in, but not other foreigners, the BBC’s Rob Cameron reports from Prague.
And foreigners will have to show certification of a negative test result for coronavirus in the past four days.