Germany begins opening up economy as Covid-19 under control

Germany begins opening up economy as Covid-19 under control

Germany has opened its economy back, with shops smaller than 800 sq m opening up for first time since a month old lockdown owing to the Covid-19 pandemic. Though the shops would be opened on Mon, each of Germany’s 16 states are set to lift the restrictions gradually.With 139,897 confirmed cases and 4,294 deaths as of Sun, Germany has been worst hit by COVID-19, but the fastest one to recover.

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Dr. Ötker
Dr. Ötker 0 months

I'm really interested to see how Ramadan (currently the national festival of Germany, lol) will be handled here, if the State will go with the same force as they did to close the chrurches during Easter.

The First Man
The First Man 0 months

Expect a resurgence, and don’t freak out. Stay the course. Stop picking your nose and coughing/sneezing on everybody. Wash your hands. We’ll be fine.

Frederic Lück
Frederic Lück 0 months

Yeah.Reopen small and crammed businesses

James
James 0 months

better be careful or you could be opening up Pandora's Box in this thing will get loose again and it'll be ten times as worse not a good idea

Buck Nasty (ADirtyGypo)
Buck Nasty (ADirtyGypo) 0 months

We will see these 'controlled' measures in place around the world indefinitely. This was all planned and part of a much bigger agenda.

Jack
Jack 0 months

Omg this is such a bad idea 😬

Matt H.
Matt H. 0 months

Let's hope the second wave of the virus won't be so bad huh? 🤡

James T Kirk
James T Kirk 0 months

How has Germany been " worst hit"? Who wrote this headline???

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