Grænselukninger in Europe has led to transportation chaos on european roads and created miles of queues.
Poland's government has, as a result of coronaviruspandemien chosen to close its borders against Germany, and the only poles allowed to enter the country.
It has according to Polish border guards led to transportation chaos, writes the German news agency dpa.
By grænsebyen Jedrzychowice on the southern border to Germany waiting for trucks up to 30 hours and passenger cars up to 16 hours to cross the border from Germany to Poland.
traffic jams since Tuesday has grown to be 60 kilometers long. According to the German Red Cross (DRK), there are reports of up to 20 hours of waiting, writes dpa.
According to the Norwegian news agency NTB has DRK helped drivers at a border crossing to the city of Görlitz.
Spokesman Kai Kranich call the situation for desperate families with children, who can't get food or access to toilets in the up to 20 hours.
Prime minister of the German state of Saxony, which borders Poland, Michael Kretshcmer, has asked the German government, the secretary of defense, birte ravn Kramp-Karrenbauer, for help.
at Least ten out of the 26 Schengen countries in Europe has closed its borders. Germany has closed its borders, and over the last two days are over 20,000 persons have been denied entry, writes NTB.
Denmark closed its borders last week in order to prevent the spread of infection.
the border Controls in Denmark runs with 13. april, and all the aliens without anerkendelsesværdige purposes in Denmark will in the period be rejected at the border. Danish citizens will always be able to enter, informed the prime minister Mette Frederiksen (S) at a Friday news conference last week.