Czech Republic Sees Smallest Daily Rise in COVID-19 Cases Since March 14

Czech Republic reported just 55 more cases of the coronavirus on Thursday, the smallest daily increase since March 14.

“We must not loosen our guard until the last confirmed patient is recovered,” Minister of Health said.

The Czech Republic had 7,188 confirmed cases of coronavirus infection by Friday Morning. So far 2,186 people have recovered and 213 people have died.

Czech labs have tested over 203 000 people to date.

On Thursday evening, the Czech cabinet lifted a ban on its citizens traveling abroad for reasons other than work following an improvement in conditions of the coronavirus outbreak.

Czech citizens and foreigners with permission to enter the country have two options for arrival in the Czech Republic from the midnight on Friday 24 April 2020: present a negative coronavirus test upon return or be subject to two-week quarantine.

Moreover, the Czech government has also removed the restrictions on the free movement of persons.

“The Czech government will cancel restrictions on free movement as of Friday, April 24, and allow groups of up to 10 people to meet in public. So far, public gatherings were limited to two people,” said Minister Vojtěch during a press conference.

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