Coronavirus: Travel rules and Brexit add a burden for a cancer patient in Britain


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Natalie has to pay hundreds of pounds for coronavirus tests even before traveling to Germany

A woman with brain cancer in Britain complains that the travel rules imposed to counter the spread of the Corona virus have added a large financial burden on the costs of her treatment in Germany.

Natalie Paul discovered she had brain cancer in 2017. After the chemotherapy failed, Natalie began a treatment program in Cologne, Germany.

But it is facing steep costs due to the new rules related to the Coronavirus as well as Brexit.

The British government says it is considering establishing medical exemptions from travel rules for the Coronavirus.


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