Stuttgart (dpa / lsw) - Interior Minister Thomas Strobl (CDU) was angry at the cabinet meeting about the lack of progress in the state's test strategy.

As the dpa learned from government circles on Tuesday, Strobl commented on a report by Health Minister Manne Lucha (Greens).

What the Green politician presented is clearly too little.

The Vice-Prime Minister complained that it was “simply not understandable” that no progress had been made since the test summit last week.

It would have to be tested extensively long ago, especially in people who did not show any symptoms.

This is important to identify sources of infection and virus mutations.

This is also necessary with a view to opening strategies, explained Strobl.

The establishment of a communal test structure is necessary.

Here, however, the municipalities felt left alone.

It is incomprehensible that nothing more has happened here, although sufficient test and personnel capacities are available.

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