Chancellor Angela Merkel has managed to steer Germany clear of the worst effects of the COVID-19 pandemic. As other nations struggle to contain the coronavirus, many are asking: How did she do it?
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After 16 years in power, Angela Merkel is nearing the end of her final term as chancellor. Germany is struggling to get the pandemic under control. A senior member of her party tells DW the country will be in good hands.
In a virtual speech, Angela Merkel has warned that the memory of the crimes committed by the Nazis in Europe must be kept alive. "This is Germany's eternal responsibility," she said
India's central bank has announced loans to help the overwhelmed healthcare sector. Meanwhile, a German military plane is transporting an oxygen generator to the country.
The World Health Organization will establish a center in Germany to monitor emerging pandemic threats in the hopes of preventing the next one. "Viruses move fast. But data can move even faster," the WHO's chief said.
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