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EU agrees co-ordinated approach in wake of changing COVID situation




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The European Union Health Security Committee said on Tuesday (3 January) that the EU member states had agreed to a "co-ordinated approach” to the changing COVID-19 environment. This included implications for increased Chinese travel.

Stella Kyriakides, EU health chief (pictured), said that the committee focused on specific measures such as pre-departure testing of travellers from China and increased wastewater monitoring.

The meeting will continue to discuss the integrated political crisis response (IPCR).

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