Kovid-19 will require a negative test from Sunday for truck drivers to enter Germany from Austrian Tyrol, which will affect the South African variant and cause a major traffic jam on the Italian side.
Restrictions imposed by Germany on progress Austrian Tyrol affecting the South African variant, Prompted Vienna to tighten control of the border with Italy, causing major traffic congestion on Monday and provoking truckers on the Italian side.
The Chowdhury-19 virus has been recorded in this Austrian province whose southern part is bordered by Italy due to a negative test, and many truck drivers with the South African variant have received the requirement since Sunday to cross into Germany from Tyrol. Austria imposed restrictions on its southern border on Sunday, fearing that all transit from Italy would not be in possession of the documents required by Berlin and would be blocked in their territory. “We will not allow Tyrol to become Europe’s parking lot”, The governor of the province, Gunther Platter, explained in a statement. “Drivers who cannot confirm their journey will be barred from continuing their journey”.
“Principle of Mutual Principle”
Paul Confാസs, president of the Italian Association of Road Haliers “Italy checks drivers from Germany and Austria to apply contradictory principles”. “If Italian drivers are considered carriers of the virus, we do not see why the principle is not the same for everyone.”He justified this in a letter to Italian Transport Minister and Prime Minister Mario Draghi. Mauricio Fugatti, president of the Trentino (northern) region, condemned the attack “Unilateral Barriers to Economic and Environmental Impacts”.
“To avoid traffic jams at the border”, Italian Motorway Company «AutoRoot du Brenner She announced in a statement “Motorway users in Verona North will be checked to see if they have the necessary documents to enter Austria.”. apart from, “Established a Quick Test Center in the Sadobre Motorway Area of Vipiteno”, A town near the Brenner Tunnel, “To unlock an existing plug-in” To Austria. According to Tyrolean officials, between 4,000 and 5,000 trucks pass through the A12 motorway every day, making it one of the most important transportation hubs between southern and northern Europe.