Federal government issues travel warning for Tyrol

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Non-essential travel to Tyrol is advised not to do so. People who have been in Tyrol in the last two weeks should be tested.

The federal government is tightening its rules in connection with the South African variant of the coronavirus that is rampant in Tyrol. On Monday, the federal government issued a de facto travel warning for the state. Non-essential travel to Tyrol should be refrained from, it said in a statement.

In addition, the federal government urged all those who have been in Tyrol in the past two weeks to get tested. And to people traveling from Tyrol to another province, the “urgent request is made to take a Covid 19 test immediately before traveling.”

According to Chancellor Sebastian Kurz (ÖVP), everything must be done to prevent the spread of the mutation. Health Minister Rudolf Anschober (Greens) also reiterated his warning, saying, “The new virus mutations present us with major challenges, so far-reaching measures are needed now.” The common goal, he said, is to “ensure the health protection of the population and prevent the further spread of the virus.”

  • source: sozialministerium.at/oe24.at/picture: tirol.gv.at
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