Returnees to Germany … impose mandatory “Corona procedures”

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Covid-19 incidence At the end of the week, after all German states agreed, on Friday, to conduct free-of-charge Covid-19 examination for returning travelers without giving the order a mandatory character.

And Monday, after a meeting with state officials, the chief advisory officer, Helgie Brown, announced that there was "Great preparation to proceed with mandatory checks".

Waqal: "How this should be implemented must be researched, and I think we will find a relatively quick solution".

He was the chief The Government of Bavaria, Marcus Soder, has joined in demanding that returning travelers be subject to mandatory checks.

But the move was not spared criticism, especially those who consider that excessive dependence on exams can lead to slackness in adhering to the rules of health protection.

The president of the Doctors’ Syndicate, Oti Taykhert, told a group "Funky" Informational that "One-time checks do not provide any safety, on the contrary, can give a false sense of safety".

About 500 workers, the majority of them from Hungary, Romania, Bulgaria and Ukraine, were quarantined on a major farm in Bavaria, to contain a widespread outbreak of a virus. Sk The new, as revealed, on Sunday, German officials They announced the provision of free screening tests to detect Covid-19 infection for residents of the area.

ووضع Germany Much better than its neighbors in containing the Covid-19 epidemic, it has recorded more than 200,000 new cases of Coronavirus and 9,118 deaths to date, according to the Robert Koch Epidemiological Institute.

However, the country experienced frequent outbreaks of the virus in a number of slaughterhouses, which prompted the authorities to remain on alert.

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“We must prevent returning travelers from transmitting the infection to others unaware and causing new chains of infection,” said Span.

Legislation will go into effect next week, according to Span, who has made it clear that tests will be free.

The controversy escalated over examinations revealed Covid-19 incidence At the end of the week, after all German states agreed, on Friday, to conduct free-of-charge Covid-19 examination for returning travelers without giving the order a mandatory character.

And Monday, after a meeting with state officials, the chief counsel’s chief, Helgie Brown, announced that “there is a great willingness to move forward with mandatory checks.”

He said: “We have to look into how this can be implemented, and I think we will find a relatively quick solution.”

He was the chief The Government of Bavaria, Marcus Soder, has joined in demanding that returning travelers be subject to mandatory checks.

But the move was not spared criticism, especially those who consider that excessive dependence on exams can lead to slackness in adhering to the rules of health protection.

“The one-time checks do not provide any safety, but on the contrary, they can give a false sense of security,” the president of the Doctors’ Union, Oti Taykhert, told the Funky media.

About 500 workers, the majority of them from Hungary, Romania, Bulgaria and Ukraine, were quarantined on a major farm in Bavaria, to contain a widespread outbreak of a virus. Sk The new, as revealed, on Sunday, German officials They announced the provision of free screening tests to detect Covid-19 infection for residents of the area.

ووضع Germany Much better than its neighbors in containing the Covid-19 epidemic, it has recorded more than 200,000 new cases of coronavirus and 9,118 deaths to date, according to the Robert Koch Epidemiological Institute.

However, the country experienced frequent outbreaks of the virus in a number of slaughterhouses, which prompted the authorities to remain on alert.







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