The German State of Bavaria Has All Seasonal Workers Tested for the Coronavirus

The German state of Bavaria has all seasonal workers tested for the coronavirus. They do this after a possible new outbreak at a vegetable company.


The Prime Minister of Bavaria Markus Söder also wants all holidaymakers returning to the region to be tested.

The Prime Minister of Bavaria, Markus Söder, announced in a press conference that the coronavirus is far from gone.

He says that in response to the possible new outbreak in a vegetable company in Mamming, a municipality in the state of Bavaria.

In the vegetable company in Mamming, at least 174 employees have been infected with the virus.

That is about a third of all seasonal workers. Almost 500 people have been quarantined as a precaution. They are not allowed to leave the domain. That is why the Prime Minister of Bavaria now also wants to test all seasonal workers for the virus.

In addition, Markus Söder also wants to test all holidaymakers who return to the region. He calls for institutes at all airports and train stations where people can have themselves tested voluntarily.

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