The Czech Hydro-Meteorological Institute has called off a flood alert which was supposed to last until Friday evening. The situation in much of the flood affected areas in the Czech Republic is calming down as most swollen rivers have begun to recede. People have started returning to their homes, though more heavy rain has been forecast for the end of the week. The number of reported flood-related deaths reached seven on Wednesday when the body of a six-year old boy, who had been missing since Sunday, was found in a river.
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