Berlin Tegel Airport is ready to test passengers arriving from high-risk areas. Already today, the first tourists to Germany from a high-risk area underwent coronavirus tests at Berlin Tegel Airport. However, the launch of the center was not without some problems.
According to available information, about 20 passengers on the flight arriving from Turkey had to wait for several hours at the airport in Terminal A while the test center was ready and opened. The tests are done on a voluntary basis. Passengers who fail the test or test positive must remain in quarantine for two weeks.
Tests at the airport for passengers from risk areas are free. The test center is due to open at Schönefeld Airport on Thursday.
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