The airport’s test center is on the back of a white truck provided by Johanniter, a relief organization. The return travelers still had their luggage with them. Children were sprawled out on the nearby grass, soaking up the sun. Read more : COVID-19 tracing apps prove to be a tricky business It’s summer vacation for Germany. Schools in North Rhine-Westphalia, the western German state where Cologne-Bonn Airport is located, have been out for weeks. Some people are already starting to return from their travels, raising concerns that they’ve caught COVID-19 while away, especially if returning from new hotspots, such as the Austrian resort town, St. Wolfgang. Watch video 01:55 Share COVID-19 in Germany: 6 months into the pandemic Send Facebook Twitter reddit EMail Facebook Messenger Web Whatsapp Web Telegram linkedin Permalink https://p.dw.com/p/3g1JF COVID-19 in Germany: Taking stock after 6 months The discussion of what to do with returning travelers, is a reminder of how the outbreak spread across Europe in the first place. In early spring it was another Austrian travel destination, the ski resort town of Ischgl, that many initial cases could be traced back to. German officials want to prevent a repeat. Health Minister Jens Spahn said he wants… Read full this story
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