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Eight weeks after the devastating floods, the first plans for reconstruction have been presented. One thing is becoming clear: Nothing can ever be the same again.
Torrential rains have flooded a hospital in central Mexico. Over a dozen people have died — many of whom were hospitalized with the coronavirus.
Chancellor Angela Merkel's Cabinet approved the €30 billion (roughly $35 billion) fund to rebuild homes, businesses and infrastructure in the towns most affected by July’s catastrophic flooding in western Germany.
For those who have chosen not to get vaccinated in Germany, life could become more expensive in the coming months. Quarantine compensation payments and free coronavirus tests are set to be scrapped soon.
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