In order to take better account of the health situation in Moselle, France will be implementing the following measures for the department Moselle from 1 March 2021:
- The exemption from the obligation to present a PCR test of less than 72 hours upon entry into France will be limited to professional activities only. Cross-border commuters travelling for reasons other than work will therefore have to present a negative PCR test at the border;
- The use of teleworking for cross-border workers will be reinforced;
- The implementation of an interactive testing strategy for staff crossing the border for professional activities in the form of a weekly test.
Joint patrols by the French and German police could be stepped up in the territory to ensure the effectiveness of these measures.
The government continues to monitor the health situation in the region with the utmost attention and to exchange views with the German authorities.
Read the press release here
You can find a full list of testing centres in Moselle – PCR and antigenic - (labs, pharmacies or nurses) here. Almost all of them are by appointment. It is better to call them before to know if their facilities are suited for drivers with their vehicle.
Source: French Health Ministry and AFTRI