Berlin, Germany, introduces free and anonymous drug testing
People will get the results back on their drugs three days after submission, with the results sent over to the appropriate counselling centre.
Berlin, Germany, has officially launched a legal drug testing scheme, allowing people to anonymously get drugs tested for free. The Senate Department for Health announced the new scheme, named Drug Checking, which carried out by The State Institute for Forensic and Social Medicine with three advice centres open. Drugs that can be tested for their composition and purity include cannabis, ecstasy, speed, cocaine and LSD.