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The 27 open to greater coordination but are making no progress in producing a single map of risk areas

The 27 agreed this Tuesday on the need to improve the collection and sharing of data to fight the coronavirus without affecting free movement within the EU, despite making no progress in ensuring that coordination and creating a single color map have achieved. catalog the risk demanded by Brussels.

Since the European Commission raised the urgency of combining criteria to avoid new episodes of chaos at European borders earlier this month, Member States have been discussing at technical level how to do this, although they are cautious when it comes to in areas such as health and health, to give in to the management of boundaries that fall within national competence.

At a general affairs meeting in Brussels, European ministers spent a little over an hour on the subject to confirm that there is a “willingness to work together” but that provision has not translated into concrete progress, sources shared Europe Press with European.

The 27 open to greater coordination but are making no progress in producing a single map of risk areas
The 27 open to greater coordination but are making no progress in producing a single map of risk areas

However, there is “broad support” for consulting the European Center for Disease Prevention and Control (ECDC) ‘s weekly data on three key indicators: the rate of new cases per 100,000 population over the last fortnight and the percentage of tests per 100,000 population and the positive rate according to an evaluation report validated after the meeting.

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