The ban on Tyroleans entering Germany came into force today, Sunday. German Interior Minister Horst Seehofer reiterated that the entry rules will be strictly controlled. “Anyone who is not one of the few exceptions cannot enter the country,” the CSU politician told Bild am Sonntag. He said he expected delays. “Due to the controls, there may be waiting times here and there. The federal police will not simply wave through the traffic.”
Controversial is the regulation for commuters. According to the new text of the entry quarantine regulation, Bavaria wants exceptions for border crossers and border commuters if their activity is urgently necessary and indispensable for the maintenance of operational processes and this is certified by the employer, employer or client. According to reports, however, there are still calls from the federal government for the exceptions to be more narrowly defined. It was said that exceptions for medical personnel were undisputed.
A spokesman for the Bavarian Ministry of Health told dpa that it is possible that a different federal entry regulation will be introduced, which would limit the effect of this Bavarian regulation. Obligatory for all entrants without exception is the presence of a negative test, which is not older than 48 hours. In addition, they must register digitally.
- source: derstandard.at/picture: bild.de
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