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Operators of a large slaughterhouse near Copenhagen have closed the facility after almost 150 employees tested positive for coronavirus. Catch up with the latest on the pandemic.
Testing for SARS-CoV-2 is considered an important prerequisite for gradually lifting restrictions. But how much testing should there be and of whom?
Germany's control of the COVID-19 pandemic has so far been relatively successful. But now more and more infected tourists are returning to the country. And schools are opening again. Is Germany prepared?
A recent survey finds most Germans agree with mandatory COVID-19 tests for travelers coming into the country from high-risk areas. They also want stricter penalties for those who do not wear masks where required.
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