The imposed restrictions, with the exception of Spain, will end at 24:00h of the 15th of June 2020 (not 00:00h). This means that the normal travelling conditions for persons residing within the EU+ and the United Kingdom will be resumed as before. The same will apply for Spain on the 20th of June (I assume 00:00h).
As a holder of a valid residence document (permit or card) by 3rd Country Citizens the 90/180 rule will then again apply as before.
This decision means that travellers from other EU countries will no longer need a valid reason for entering Germany. This also applies to entries from the Schengen associated countries, Norway, Liechtenstein and Iceland, as well as entries from the United Kingdom. For tourism and other travel, the information and warnings published by the Federal Foreign Office apply.
The goal is the full restoration of the freedom of movement again in Europe by July.
Nothing has yet changed for travel from outside the Schengen Area.
The EU interior ministers want entry bans for travellers from third countries to be extended by an additional 14 days to 1 July. After this date, Seehofer said, there would be differentiated solutions depending on the countries’ epidemiological situations. He went on to say that the Commission would issue a recommendation on the matter next week.
See also suggestions from the European Commission made yesterday on this topic.