As early as October 23, commuters had to be tested weekly for coronavirus in Bavaria. The measure mainly affected Czechs and Austrians, and tests were free of charge for foreign workers and students. However, a month later, the Bavarian Supreme Administrative Court temporarily annulled the order, partly due to insufficient legal preconditions for a mandatory testing order.
According to the DPA, Söder said today that mandatory testing for people commuting across the border to Bavaria will allow a new German government regulation on quarantine measures when traveling to Germany as early as this week.
The second federal state neighboring the Czech Republic, Saxony, will also require one test per week after Czech and Polish commuters commuting to work or study from Monday 18 January. Initially, Saxony was preparing for two tests a week, starting on 11 January.
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