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The fight against the Coronavirus: aviation President calls for rapid tests for air travelers

The fight against the Coronavirus
Aviation President calls for rapid tests for air travelers

A helper for the knights of St John is waiting in a Corona test center at an airport to the next patient. Photo: Julian Stratenschulte/dpa

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The President of the Federal Association of the German air traffic economy (BDL), Peter Gerber, calls for more pace in the introduction of the Corona rapid tests for air travelers.

The President of the Federal Association of the German air traffic economy (BDL), Peter Gerber, calls for more pace in the introduction of the Corona rapid tests for air travelers.

“If we all of the Incoming test, we know exactly who is infected,” said Gerber, who is also the Lufthansa-Cargo-Chef, the “Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung”. You do not-send instead, now all the passengers are not tested for five days in quarantine, you would know that, and it is unclear whether all abide by the quarantine, if they have no symptoms.

The scheme, from areas at risk incoming passengers from the 8. November, at first in quarantine instead of to the Test, lead to a “De-Facto Lockdown for the German air travel,” said Gerber. The new regulation will not bring additional security.

The Lufthansa-Cargo-in-chief for travel corridors on which passengers before the flight with rapid tests will be tested. “We can allow a high degree of safety – for passengers and even for States, the question of whether it’s Incoming to the country.”

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