Sport Czech Republic eases travel restrictions

10:50  02 june  2020
10:50  02 june  2020 Source:   dw.com

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PRAGUE — The Czech Republic has become the first European country to relax its coronavirus lockdown measures, with a further loosening of the More freedom to travel . As of next week, the government will also ease restrictions on leaving the country if the trip can be "justified," such as for

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The Czech government will allow its citizens unlimited travel to most European countries from June 15th. However, there are certain conditions when returning from Sweden and Great Britain.

Grenzpolizisten kontrollieren Temperatur bei Einreisenden (Archivbild) © picture-alliance / dpa / A. Weigel border guards check the temperature of travelers (archive picture)

"We can travel through Europe from June 15," Health Minister Adam Vojtech said on Twitter. After traveling to European countries where the corona pandemic has not yet been contained, a corona test can be requested when you re-enter the country. The Czech Republic divides the countries in Europe according to the Corona distribution according to the three traffic light colors. The safest countries are Germany, Poland, Switzerland, Finland and the three Baltic states of Estonia, Latvia and Lithuania.

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- All Czech citizens, foreigners with temporary or permanent residency in the Czech Republic , and foreigners (tourists) may travel abroad and leave the *To review all exceptions and conditions to travel to/from the Czech Republic , please visit the Ministry of Interior of the Czech Republic ’s website.

The easing of the lockdowns was watched with interest and trepidation across Europe and beyond, and posed profound and knotty questions. Relieved as Mr. Zachoval was by the easing of some measures in the Czech Republic , his income remains stymied by restrictions still in force elsewhere.

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The orange category includes Spain, Italy, France, Belgium and the Netherlands. The only two countries in the red category are Great Britain, and Sweden, which had not imposed any exit restrictions due to the corona pandemic.

Czechs are allowed to travel to countries in the green and orange categories without fear of restrictions when returning home, Vojtech explained. When returning home from Great Britain and Sweden, however, they would have to show a negative corona test. For foreigners, they have to undergo a test both when entering from the UK and Sweden and when entering from the orange category.

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As a result of the COVID-19 pandemic, many countries and regions have imposed quarantines, entry bans, or other restrictions for citizens of or recent travelers to the most affected areas.

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Wegen der Reisebeschränkungen herrschte im März auch auf der Karlsbrücke in Prag gähnende Leere © picture-alliance / dpa / AP / D. Josek Because of the travel restrictions, there was also a gaping gap on the Charles Bridge in Prague in March

In the Czech Republic, only 9286 infections with the new corona virus have been detected, 321 infected people died. The EU country had already started to relax its corona restrictions in April . As of next week, theaters and cinemas will no longer have to comply with the distance rules, as Vojtech announced. In addition, events with up to 500 participants are likely to take place from June 8.

The neighboring Slovakia announced that it would allow gatherings of up to 500 people from June 10th and even up to 1000 participants from July. In addition, from June 10, fitness centers, swimming pools, wellness facilities, casinos and indoor zoo areas will be allowed to reopen.

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France is also loosening its corona requirements. For the first time, citizens can travel across the country again. Until now, journeys within a radius of 100 kilometers around the place of residence were generally only permitted. Restaurants, bars and cafes can also open again. In the Paris area, parks and public gardens are again accessible.

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