The Robert Koch Institute announced this afternoon that the Czech Republic will no longer be classified as a risk area as of Sunday due to the sharp decrease in the number of infections. This removes all restrictions on entry (including return) from the Czech Republic.
At the same time, the Czech government is moving Germany down to the orange category from 7.6. (Monday!), so to medium risk. This does not remove all restrictions on entry, but in particular the obligation to quarantine and a second corona test is no longer necessary. Registration and a negative corona test are still required for entry.
We will update our page with all relevant Corona regulations on entry and residence as soon as the new regulations come into force.