Germany extends border controls until March 17th

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Germany is extending its stationary controls on the border with the Czech Republic and Tyrol.

Image: Sebastian Kahnert

Germany is extending its stationary controls on the border with the Czech Republic and the Austrian state of Tyrol until March 17. Parliamentary State Secretary Stephan Mayer (CSU) announced this on Wednesday in the Interior Committee of the Bundestag, according to participants in a non-public meeting.

Germany declared the Czech Republic, Slovakia and large parts of Tyrol to be so-called virus variant areas in mid-February. From there and from other areas, in which more contagious and, according to initial studies, variants of the coronavirus that cause severe courses are widespread, currently only Germans and foreigners with residence and residence permit in Germany are allowed to enter. There are exceptions, for example, for truck drivers and cross-border commuters with systemically relevant professions. You have to present a negative corona test that is no older than 48 hours.

Information about the corona situation in the northern Upper Palatinate in the news blog

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Germany extends border controls March #17th

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