PRAGUE — The Czech Republic, Hungary and Slovakia are set to start reopening their borders for their citizens to travel.
The Czech Republic and Slovakia announced on Monday a deal for their citizens to travel across their common border and not to face a mandatory quarantine and tests for the coronavirus if they return in 48 hours.
Czech Prime Minister Andrej Babis said Tuesday Hungary is joining the Czechs and Slovaks to allow free travel among them for that limited period of two days.
The measure will become effective on Wednesday.
The Czech Republic with another neighbor, Austria, previously said they are planning to reopen their common border for travelers in the middle of June.