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Starting Wednesday, ticket inspectors on public transportation networks in Germany began conducting random checks of passengers’ proof of vaccination, recovery from Covid or a negative daily test, as Germany confronts a worrying rise in its caseload.
Masks have been mandatory on public transportation since the early days of the pandemic, but transportation providers — and the current minister of transport — have pushed back against calls to require passengers to show proof of immunity to ride.
The decision to take the extra step was made last week when Parliament voted on a law proposed by the parties that are poised to take over the government after September’s election. The law also stipulates similar rules for the workplace.
This article first appeared on www.nytimes.com
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