EU Commission meets: Making travel possible in 2021 despite corona

Despite rising infection rates in Europe, antigen testing could be the key to cross-country travel.
Despite rising infection rates in Europe, antigen testing could be the key to cross-country travel. (Picture source: Roche Germany Holding GmbH)

Today, on 29.10.2020, the EU Commission is meeting to discuss, among other things, the form in which travel and thus also water sports will be possible next year under the influence of the corona pandemic. As can be seen from the agenda, the aim is to discuss the mutual recognition of rapid antigen tests on an EU basis, the provision of suitable vaccines from April 2021 and improved, cross-national contact monitoring. 100 million euros are to be made available ad hoc for the procurement of corona antigen tests alone. The way the situation is currently developing in spite of rising infection rates in Europe, antigen tests could be the key to cross-border travel: they cost around 20 euros per test, have now been tested in Germany and Austria and deliver results after a good 15 minutes.

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