Germany has a lot of allotments. Almost a million families have one. They are oases of tranquility and nature, and you can grow fruit and veg there too. The coronavirus has heightened their appeal all the more.
Media reports show that many New Yorkers, Londoners and Parisians are moving to the countryside to escape the pandemic. But what about Berliners?
Binational couples separated by COVID-19 want nothing more than to quarantine together. Using hashtags like #LoveIsNotTourism, some of them are campaigning to have reunifications considered essential travel.
Germany and France are among many European countries reopening their borders to fellow European travelers, three months after coronavirus lockdown measures went into force. Follow DW for the latest.
Praised and denounced for its unorthodox approach to tackling COVID-19, Sweden reported its first day with zero deaths since March 11. Spain seeks one last extension of the state of emergency. Follow DW for the latest.
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