Media reports on Wednesday say Prime Minister Andrej Babis does not intend to renew the state of emergency the Czech Republic had introduced due to the coronavirus pandemic.
The emergency was announced in mid-March and is due to expire at the end of April.
Social Democrat Interior Minister, Jan Hamacek, had spoken out in favour of an extension, but said he does not want to go it alone in pushing for one.
It is unclear whether the cabinet of the minority government would have been able to secure a majority for an extension in parliament in any case.
The decision should have no impact on the existing curfews and movement restrictions as they were not adopted as emergency laws, but rather as a measure to protect public health.
So far, 204 deaths in the Czech Republic have been linked to the virus.
Criticism of the government’s strict coronavirus measures is growing louder. One has reached a point where people should say that they have had enough, the neoliberal ex-president Vaclav Klaus told the newspaper Pravo.
Klaus said he expects an “uprising of the masses” in May and he warned of an economic crisis and the establishment of stronger surveillance of citizens: “How many bans will remain even in the post-coronavirus era?”