Germany mulls cutting inbound flights to near-zero.
Berlin plans to cut almost all inbound flights to Germany to limit spread of coronavirus variants on its soil.
The danger represented by the various mutations of the virus demands that we examine and discuss within the government drastic measures “, among which” the reduction of air traffic to Germany to almost nil “, Horst Seehofer told the daily Bild .
Among them, “stricter border controls, in particular with areas considered to be at very high risk, but also the reduction of air traffic to Germany to almost nil, as Israel is currently doing”, he said. -he adds. “The population, which in Germany accepts significant restrictions” in the face of the pandemic, “expects us to protect them as best as possible from an explosion in the number of cases,” said Horst Seehofer.