Czech health authorities believe the spread of the new coronavirus is under control despite an uptick in cases in recent days.
The country is preparing to open pubs, hotels, and relax mask-wearing rules on Monday.
Public events for up to 300 people will be allowed next week, and swimming pools and schools will reopen. An initial easing of restrictions from May 11 had not had an adverse effect, Health Minister Adam Vojtech said.
“There are no negative trends noted, it is still valid that the Czech Republic has managed the situation very well,” he added.
The country had recorded 8,757 cases of Covid-19 by Friday morning, with 306 deaths.
Chief public health officer Jarmila Razova said there were currently two main local infection hot spots. In Prague, there were 50 new daily cases on average since May 1 scattered across the whole city. In the east of the country, more than 100 cases have been identified, mostly among the miners from one shaft and their families.
The Czech Republic took early action in March to close borders, schools, and much of the services sector and has also been eager to relax many of the restrictions.
In Prague, there were 50 new daily cases on average since May 1 scattered across the whole city, a presentation showed.
The overall number of hospitalized patients had dropped by two thirds from the peak to 150 on Friday.