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Czechia becomes "normal" risk area on Sunday

The Robert Koch Institute classifies the Czech Republic only as a "normal" risk area as of May 2. This makes it somewhat easier to cross the border, especially for cross-border commuters.


Due to the steadily decreasing number of infections in the Czech Republic, the Robert Koch Institute announced today at noon that the Czech Republic will only be classified as a "normal" risk area from May 2nd. So far it was still a high incidence area.

That reduces the requirements for corona tests for cross-border commuters. The lower classification has no real significance for anyone else.

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