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Germany wants mandatory COVID-19 testing, while Sweden's restrictions are almost non-existent: EU travel rules are complicated these days. Which regions are high risk, and who sets the standards?
Friendships end easily over money. After an unsuccessful weekend, the EU is continuing talks on a €1.8 trillion deal — but German Chancellor Angela Merkel seems more confident. DW's Bernd Riegert reports from Brussels.
Sweden was the last EU country with a travel ban from the German Foreign Ministry. Meanwhile, a new study says deaths from HIV and malaria could rise due to the pandemic. Follow DW for the latest.
The EU has urged all 27 member states to start lifting travel restrictions next Monday. The bloc hopes to resume travel without border checks by the end of June and to start easing tourism restrictions.
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