The inhabitants of Moselle-Est will face, from this Monday 1er March, to tightening restrictions at the border in the event that they need to buy groceries in Germany. This Saturday February 28 was for them the last alternative to purchase on the Saar aspect without planning any assessments beforehand. But on the aspect of the Aldi and DM manufacturers of Bremen d’Or, we had been removed from the memorable photos of crowds already noticed throughout this well being disaster. The vehicles, registered primarily in Moselle, discovered locations in the automobile parks without having to attend and the queues at the entrance of the shops had been made up of solely half a dozen folks.
“One test per week is already an excessive amount of! “
The Mosellans present on the spot nevertheless feel concerned by this measure. “Honestly, I find that ridiculous, it won’t change anything,” says Messina Geneviève Kieffer. If it is now necessary to take a test to go to Germany, then I will no longer go ”. Rabia, she lives one kilometer from the border and does all her shopping in Bremen d’Or. Claiming to be “impacted by border restrictions on [ses] bills ”, she affirms nonetheless that she won’t make assessments solely to go to purchase in Saarland. “I will only take advantage of it when I have to do one for another reason.”
Aziz and (*28*) have already outlined their schedule of assessments to be carried out so as to proceed to go to Germany. They anticipate and moved this Saturday to need to do their first test solely this Wednesday, with a view to new purchases. “But one test per week is already an excessive amount of! (*28*) admits. Germany is nonetheless engaging, as evidenced by this cart crammed to the brim with rest room paper, pushed by Saida, from Valmont: “The idea is to top up before Monday, in order to delay the test as much as possible” .