Rapid COVID tests available in German supermarkets as Europe records 1 million COVID cases

Aldi has launched a home test kit for coronavirus in Germany. In some cases, it can run out quickly.

Five Rapid Tests will cost around € 25 and it takes a long time to purchase. Nearly 7 brands have been approved in Japan.

Rapid COVID tests available in German supermarkets as Europe records 1 million COVID cases

The country has already begun to free itself from lockdown, but with the new COVID-19 variant, it continues to work hard to ease restrictions for Europe.

Slow vaccinations in the European Union have also hampered people’s efforts to return to normal lives.

According to the World Health Organization (WHO), one million new cases of COVID-19 were registered in Europe last week, an increase of 9% from the previous week, and the decrease in the number of new infections was reversed in 6 months.

“The spread of species not only stimulates this growth, but if it is not done in a safe and controlled way, so will the openness of society,” said Dr. Hans Kruger, Director of the European Department of World Health. Organization.

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However, many people are tired of the restrictions imposed by the blockade.

French police cracked down on the riverbank and tried to prevent people from drinking in public places. There is a partial blockage at Dunkirk and Nice as the British variant is spreading rapidly.

Meanwhile, thousands of people gathered in Austria last Saturday because of several illegal campaigns against the blockade in Vienna. According to local reports, the meeting was attended by nearly 15,000 participants, many of whom were not wearing masks.

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