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A new school year begins as coronavirus cases continue to increase in Germany. Rules vary from region to region, and the equipment is often inadequate. Can schools handle the challenge of educating during the pandemic?
The head of a German doctors union warns that new Covid-19 cases in the country are on the rise as people increasingly neglect social distancing measures.
Madrid and Basque Country were added to a list including the regions of Aragon, Catalonia and Navarra. Spain is again managing the worst infection rate in western Europe.
Testing for SARS-CoV-2 is considered an important prerequisite for gradually lifting restrictions. But how much testing should there be and of whom?
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