Czech government lifts ban on travel abroad, health minister says

  24 April 2020    Read: 711
Czech government lifts ban on travel abroad, health minister says

The Czech government lifted a ban on its citizens traveling abroad for reasons other than work following an improvement in conditions of the coronavirus outbreak, Health Minister Adam Vojtech said on Thursday, AzVision.az reports citing Reuters.

“It is possible to travel abroad, even for a holiday. But when one returns, they have to be COVID-negative, with proof by a test, or go into a two-week quarantine,” Vojtech said at a televised news conference.


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