Coronavirus infections are spiking in Germany. More and more areas are categorized as risk areas — dealing a blow to bars and restaurants. Owners are fearing for their survival, especially in big cities, like Frankfurt.
Belgium has recorded a steep rise in coronavirus infections. The government has ordered bars and restaurants to close, and urged people to wear face masks and work from home. Hospital workers say they're overwhelmed.
Citizens in the German capital will be able to enjoy the nightlife later than previously thought after a court overturned a curfew designed to curb the coronavirus. Alcohol will remain off the late-night menu, though.
The coronavirus pandemic has thrown many people's plans into disarray. They include young people who want to spend a year out in Germany working as an au pair. A report from Berlin by Sabine Kinkartz.
Almost five months after Slovenian and US military planes flew over Slovenia in honor of front-line health care workers, the situation in Slovenia is much worse than during the first wave of the coronavirus pandemic.
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