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Germany introduces mandatory testing

A Chinese tourist arriving in Paris.

On Thursday, German Health Minister Karl Lauterbach announced the introduction of mandatory testing for travelers from China. To this end, he had the German entry regulation amended on short notice. All inbound travelers from China will have to present at least one rapid test in order to be allowed into the country. In addition, there will be additional wastewater controls for Aircraft from China, announced Lauterbach. The EU Commission’s Integrated Political Crisis Response (IPCR) recommended mandatory testing on Wednesday evening (China.Table reported).

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