After a serious breakdown in the Corona-testing of Bavarian motorways in Bavaria, Prime Minister Markus Söder (CSU) has been cancelled for Thursday and Friday's planned visit to the North sea. "Bavaria is going on," wrote Söder on Wednesday evening on Twitter that he had to cancel his visit, unfortunately.
on Friday, a spokesman for the Bavarian state office for health and food safety (LGL) had stood up to the F. A. Z. that "persons who have voluntarily test, had to wait longer on your findings". How many of a total of 44,000 travel returnees was exactly, was not at this time, however, not yet clear.
The Bavarian state government admitted that the delays in the Transmission of the Corona test results, in Bavaria, have a much more dramatic extent than previously known: All of the more than 44,000 tourists waiting for Tests on Bavarian motorways on your results, including 900 demonstrably tested positive.
The had Bavarian health Minister Melanie Huml (CSU) in the late Wednesday afternoon to concede. How many of them come from the free state and how many from the rest of Germany, she could not say, first of all. The Infected should get to Thursday lunch your result.
"This is a shock message"
Söder called the "error" in the test centres of "very, very annoying". "This must be corrected immediately and may not happen. All structures are to be checked promptly“ demanded the CSU politician.
Söder'd want on a Thursday afternoon, together with his schleswig-Holstein colleague Daniel Günther (CDU), among other things, a watt hike. In addition, a shipping of the two Unions-politicians to the seal banks in the North sea was planned.
The Bavarian Opposition criticized the breakdown during the Tests sharp. Green parliamentary group boss Ludwig Hartmann spoke of "blatant government failure". "This is a shock news for Germany and scratches on the Nimbus of the smug, crisis Manager Söder." FDP parliamentary Group leader Martin Hagen tweeted: "Söders staging as a Corona model pupil gets increasingly cracks." This Time, the CSU could not push the "failure of the government" on the small coalition partner, the Free voters, said Hagen.Updated Date: 12 August 2020, 15:20