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Austria introduces negative test obligation for daily migrants

By: J.S., STA

Austria has introduced stricter conditions for entry into the country due to coronavirus.

For the first time since the start of the epidemic, daily migrants will also need to present a negative test for coronavirus. This is to affect the around 26,000 daily migrants who come to Austria from Slovenia every day. The country will also keep its controls on the border with Slovenia.

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