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This is where you find all news from Euroregion Elbe/Labe since April 2020. Older news can be found in the archive.

March 2021

132.SandstoneSwiss | March 2021 published by the Saxon Switzerland National Park Administration<p class='autotranslation_message'>(This is an automatic translation by Google Translator.)</p>
03.03.2021

The Saxon Switzerland National Park Administration has published the spring edition of SandsteinSchweizers.

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Result of the IHK survey: border closure is disproportionate
01.03.2021

Last week the Chamber of Commerce and Industry Chemnitz carried out a survey on the effects of the border closure with the Czech Republic on Saxon companies. Based on their results, the border closure is described as disproportionate.

February 2021

Quick survey by the IHK on border closings<p class='autotranslation_message'>(This is an automatic translation by Google Translator.)</p>
22.02.2021

The IHK would like to have a quick poll by Feb 26to to learn more about the effects of the border closure with the Czech Republic on Saxon companies.

Train traffic between Germany and the Czech Republic ceased on Sunday<p class='autotranslation_message'>(This is an automatic translation by Google Translator.)</p>
13.02.2021

For all flight, train and bus operators, it is now the case that guests from areas with particularly dangerous virus variants cannot be transported to Germany. The only exception is for German citizens or for travelers who live in Germany permanently.

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Book about village history published (SZ from February 5th)
05.02.2021

The Sächsische Zeitung reports on a publication supported by the Elbe / Labe Euroregion aabout two villages near Studenec mountain (Kaltenberg).

January 2021

Czech Republic classified as high risk area - two tests per week for commuters
23.01.2021

The Czech Republic has been classified as a high risk area by the RKI on 22.01.2021. This means that stricter regulations apply to entries into Germany from the Czech Republic. They are valid from 24.01.2021.

Compulsory testing for commuters postponed and simplified
09.01.2021

Commuters must get tested only once a week and starting only January 18th.

Help programs of the German-Czech Future Fund
08.01.2021

The German-Czech Future Fund supports the actors of German-Czech cooperation in the Corona crisis with several special tenders.

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