Because of corona mutations: Denmark tightened entry rules | NDR.de – News – Schleswig-Holstein

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Status: 02/15/2021 1:36 p.m.

For fear of the virus mutation, which first appeared in South Africa, the results of corona rapid tests can only be three days old.

From Wednesday Denmark will once again tighten the entry rules for cross-border commuters. So far, they had to show a rapid corona test that was no more than a week old. Now it’s a maximum of three days.

With the tightening, the Danish Ministry of Justice wants to prevent the South African virus mutation from spreading further. However, the declaration does not mention the variant that appeared for the first time in Great Britain. This mutation had recently been detected more and more frequently on both sides of the border, especially in Flensburg.

AUDIO: Denmark tightens entry rules for cross-border commuters (1 min)

 The re is a risk of traffic jams at the test station

“Anyone who goes to work in Denmark now has to coordinate up to three tests a week,” says Peter Hansen from the border commuter office. © www.de24.news

 The  quick tests for commuters on the German side are free of charge only in Handewitt, in this case also without an appointment. © www.de24.news

 The re could be a queue there on Mondays. © www.de24.news

 The  new 72-hour rule also applies to Schleswig-Holstein residents who have a special reason to enter, for example to visit close relatives.

Further information

Several people are queuing in front of a test container in Handeswitt for a corona test in order to be able to start their vacation in Denmark.  © NDR Photo: Peer-Axel Kroeske

You can have yourself examined every day in Handewitt, twice a week also at three smaller border crossings. more

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