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 said it would add Moselle to the list of “variants of concern” which already includes countries like the Czech Republic, Portugal and the UK. Travelers from these regions must produce a recent negative coronavirus test before entering Germany. The French Minister for European Affairs said his country regretted the decision and was in negotiations with Germany to try to ease the measures for 16,000 Moselle residents who work across the border.
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