The authorities have lifted the lockdown on 21 villages in the Olomouc region a fortnight after it was introduced.
The lockdown ended on Sunday at midnight following a significant decrease in the number of coronavirus cases registered.
Those who are not in quarantine are once again free to leave the village while observing the given nation-wide restrictions that are still in place.
Trains have once again started stopping in the said villages and people can now travel to work or to buy groceries further afield.
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