Coronavirus in Germany – How is it going on with Frankfurt Airport? + Latest News

Frankfurt Airport (FRA) is well prepared to deal with the outbreak of infectious diseases—fulfilling all recommendations of the health authorities responsible for FRA (the Frankfurt Health Department and the Hessian Ministry for Social Affairs). Currently, the authorities have not ordered health screening of passengers to be conducted at FRA. In cooperation with the relevant health […]

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Living in Germany – Recent Daily Life Update in Quarantine Corona Crisis

Hello people in the crisis, yes, I am also one of them stuck into the house feeling bored. These days are too boring to deal with. We can’t go out freely to enjoy culture like concert, clubbing, drinking out, or even eating out, right? All the store is recommended to close at the best which […]

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Coronavirus: Is Germany heading towards A Full Lockdown? / The Local

Cafes are still open, like this one in Berlin. Photo: DPA The German government wants to avoid imposing a forced curfew in the fight against coronavirus. But is urging people to cut down on social contact enough? On Wednesday morning, the Robert Koch Institute for public health said up to 10 million people in Germany […]

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Germany : Coronavirus Halts Social Life, MPs Infected / The Berlin Spectator

On Saturday evening, the number of Coronavirus cases in Germany stood at 4,181, meaning it doubled since Wednesday and more than tripled in the past six days. For the entire nation, life is changing dramatically. When even Berlin stops partying, something big must be going on. In her weekly podcast, the Chancellor of the Federal […]

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Germany’s extensive medical network apparently helped in early stage of Coronavirus / Los Angeles Times

By ERIK KIRSCHBAUM / MARCH 10, 2020 5:35 PM BERLIN —  Germany seems to have weathered the early phase of the coronavirus scare with fewer deaths than many nations, reporting only two fatalities out of 1,457 recorded cases as of Tuesday. Many health professionals point to a variety of reasons for the results so far, including that Germany, […]

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Coronavirus – Germany Reports First 2 Deaths / AA and The Local

Number of coronavirus cases in Germany soars to more than 1,000 Local German authorities on Monday reported the first two deaths from coronavirus as confirmed infections in the country have reached 1,112 according to the Robert Koch Institute (RKI).  The Health Ministry in the state of North Rhine-Westphalia confirmed that a patient in the state’s […]

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Number of Coronavirus Cases in Germany Exceeds 1,150 / The Berlin Spectator

In Germany, more than 1150 people are infected with Covid19. The first German citizen was killed by the virus during a trip abroad. And the Coronavirus brings down the DAX Index in Frankfurt. A German tourist in Egypt died of the respiratory disease caused by the Coronavirus on Sunday. He is the first German national […]

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Coronavirus epidemic: German supermarkets report panic buying / DW

Although German ministers have repeatedly warned against coronavirus hysteria, some supermarkets have reported customers bulk buying supplies. The number of cases in Germany has almost doubled in a day to 117. Germans are slowly coming to realize that they, just like 50 other nations in the world today, could soon be facing a coronavirus epidemic. […]

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Coronavirus in Germany – More than 60 Cases Confirmed / The Berlin Spectator

Five days after the number of new Coronavirus cases in Germany was at zero, it exceeded 60. Halfhearted measures are supposed to stop or slow the virus down. Days into the second Coronavirus outbreak in Germany, Chancellor Angela Merkel commented on the situation. During a visit to her constituency in Stralsund, she stated a restrained […]

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Italy Milan Fashion Week 2020 in the Time of Coronavirus / The Cut

It was an unusually dramatic Milan Fashion Week. At around 3 a.m. on Sunday(23rd Feb) in the Italian design capital, Giorgio Armani announced that he would be canceling his fall 2020 runway show, opting to livestream it behind closed doors instead. The decision was allegedly made in response to an eruption of coronavirus cases in northern Italy […]

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LIVING IN GERMANY – Coronavirus – Corona Racism against Asian people

“Es gibt ja Rassismus wegen Coronavirus!” Coronavirus, such a hot potato for a recent topic, isn’t it? It has been spreading all around the world starting from Wuhan, China. As I live in Germany, I had to hear about lots of news happening in local. Most of it is not a good news, especially about […]

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