BERLIN (AP) – Germany announced on Sunday that travelers to France’s northeastern Moselle region would face additional restrictions due to the high rate of cases of coronavirus variants in that country.
Germany’s disease control agency, the Robert Koch Institute, said it would add Moselle to the list of ‘variants of concern’ which already includes countries such as the Czech Republic, Portugal and the UK .
Travelers from these regions must produce a recent negative coronavirus test before entering Germany.
The Moselle region in northeastern France includes the city of Metz and borders the German states of the Saar and…
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