Meteorologists called off a smog alert for Prague and the Central Bohemian region on Thursday evening, and later also in the Ústí nad Labem region.
The Czech Hydrometeorological Institute has announced the alert due to high concentrations of ground-level ozone in the air, cautioning people with respiratory problems, as well and children and the elderly in general, to stay indoors.
Beijing ends agreement with Prague – but can spat harm Czech capital?
Czechia now ahead of Spain in GDP per capita, but still below EU average
Czechs observe day of mourning for pop idol Karel Gott
Rare Terezín concentration camp artefacts found in attic of private home
Thousands pay tribute to deceased national pop icon Karel Gott