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Czech Rep., Sep 22 (BD) – Germany is likely to add the whole Czech Republic to its list of “high-risk” countries on Wednesday, according to Czech Foreign Minister Tomáš Petříček. This means that anyone entering Germany from the Czech Republic will need to present a negative test or enter quarantine. The minister made his comments to Czech journalists while in Brussels.

https://twitter.com/TPetricek/status/1308303400686161921

Petříček added that the Czech government is currently negotiating exemptions for cross-border commuters. Previously, only Prague and the Central Bohemian region were categorised as such by Germany.

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