Dozens of travelers from Great Britain found themselves stranded at German airports overnight from Sunday to Monday. On this issue: The decision to suspend Sunday’s midnight flights with this country is more contagious, especially in the United Kingdom, due to the new strain of the SARS-CoV-2 virus.
At Hannover Airport in the north of the country, a group of 63 passengers returning from that country hit the measurements, who were not allowed to leave the airport site immediately, they said local police. All must first pass a screening test for the new coronavirus, which was performed on site, and wait for the results, probably known on Monday. Meanwhile, the airport has set up camp beds in one of the terminals where passengers spend the night.
“Our goal is to prevent a new type of virus from entering the region”Local Health Authority official Andreas Kranz told the DPA news agency.
The atmosphere was tense among stranded passengers. “We are at Hanover Airport and we are held against our will, we were tested and we were barred from leaving the premises waiting for the results.”Young German complains to Manuela Thoms in a video broadcast by the German daily Bldg. We see her in the midst of a group of stranded people like her, including a 9-month-old baby.
A similar scene occurred at Stuttgart Airport, but with a small group of passengers arriving from the UK, who were transported to an on-site examination center, according to an airport spokesman. . If the result is negative, they will also have the authority to leave the premises, but then the obligation to quarantine themselves.
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