Many in coronavirus lockdown struggle to stay fit. In China, where the worst of the outbreak is over, some gyms have reopened - a relief for fitness junkies getting soft around the middle and gym owners who have suffered a heavy financial burden.
Days after schools in one German state re-opened their doors, hundreds of students have been sent home once again. Isolated COVID-19 cases are to blame.
The school holidays are coming to an end in parts of Germany. The authorities want a return to "normal" school life. But that's easier said than done.
The world's second-largest economy is showing signs of recovery after the pandemic-induced slump. But the outlook remains mixed as imports contracted against predictions of an increase.
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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