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Czech government lifts ban on free movement and travel abroad

Christian Fernsby ▼ | April 24, 2020
The Czech government has lifted the ban on the free movement of people as of Friday, April 24, and decided that people can move outside in groups of up to ten, Health Minister Adam Vojtěch announced at a press conference on Thursday evening.
Adam Vojtěch
Minister   Adam Vojtěch
Mr. Vojtěch said that the latest favourable developments related to the coronavirus situation had enabled the cabinet to lift the restrictions.

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The lifting of the ban also means that people can travel abroad.

Upon returning to the Czech Republic, they will have to produce a negative test for coronavirus or go into two-week quarantine.

This measure only applies to Czech citizens and residents.