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New corona rule: rapid tests are no longer free for everyone

Corona rapid tests are only free for a small group of people in Germany. These are the new rules.

Wiesbaden – Without a Corona * vaccination, everyday life will be more complicated for many – and also more expensive. Because rapid tests, which non-vaccinated people now often need to access restaurants or events, will cost money from Monday, October 11th. But: The ordinance of the Federal Ministry of Health expressly only applies to citizens who have no symptoms of a Sars-CoV-2 infection. If there are any signs of Covid disease, a test is part of the medical care, explained the Hessian Ministry of Social Affairs in Wiesbaden. * knows how much money a corona test now costs.

According to the regulation, children who have not yet reached the age of twelve or who only turned twelve in the last three months before the test can generally continue to be tested free of charge. It remains free, among other things, for people who need a test to end a quarantine due to a corona infection or for pregnant women. * is an offer from IPPEN.MEDIA

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