Germany will start charging for rapid COVID-19 tests that were previously free, though vulnerable cialis order groups will be exempt from the fee.
Starting Friday July 1, the rapid tests widely available at centers across Germany will cost citizens $3.16) each, with the rest subsidized by the government.
The tests will remain free for people who can prove they belong to vulnerable groups, for visitors of care homes and hospitals, and for small children.
The planned end to free tests at the end of June has raised concerns that Germany might experience an undetected rise in coronavirus cases over the coming months as people unwittingly spread the virus.
Germany on Friday recorded over 108,000 newly confirmed COVID-19 viagra 50 mg cases in 24 hours, and 90 deaths.