cross-border residents adapt to the tightening of entry conditions into Germany

Since Tuesday March 2, midnight, the 16,000 French cross-border workers in Moselle must present a compelling reason and above all a negative PCR test of less than 48 hours to be able to enter German territory. Indeed, Germany has decided to tighten its entry requirements. A real headache for those concerned. At the border, the German authorities have set up a testing service, but only workers who have previously registered can benefit from it.

It’s going to be very complicated, I don’t know how I’m going to do it, it’s a disaster“, judge a French inhabitant.”You realize, do this every two days, three times a week“, adds a woman. This last patient in the line; then, she will have to wait another 20 minutes to have her result. On the side of Forbach, in Moselle, a hundred people queue in front of a pharmacy, Tuesday morning, to get Get tested For the last in line, the wait will be very long.

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