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‘Semi-lockdown’ in Germany

Customers stop in front of a restaurant/bar terrace in Berlin on October 29, 2020, prior to a ‘semi-lockdown’ starting on November 2, 2020, which will see a closing of bars and restaurants in Germany. Germany imposed drastic curbs on people’s daily lives to contain a surge in coronavirus cases with France following suit as more than 500,000 infections were reported worldwide in a new daily record.

Topics: semi-lockdown , Germany , Berlin , COVID-19 , France

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