What effect does the coronavirus crisis have on our mental well-being? In Good Shape talks to psychotherapist Dr. Andreas Bechdolf.
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In Germany, COVID-19 lockdown restrictions have once again been extended — and tightened marginally, with stricter mask requirements and calls to work from home. Will the plan work? Not quite, writes Sabine Kinkartz.
The Robert Koch Institute chief said Germany will have COVID-19 under control by the end of 2021. But he added that the spread of new virus variants might pose a challenge.
The German capital is set to join other parts of the country in implementing a 15-kilometer travel restriction for residents. The measure is a response to the high rate of coronavirus infections.
Nine months ago, Kenya closed schools due to COVID-19. Now, students are returning, but the "new normal" makes studying more difficult than ever. Parents and teachers alike remain wary of how to deal with the pandemic.
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