Being a polyglot tour guide in Berlin is tough enough, but it’s impossible in the time of the pandemic when no one is traveling. Even Jan Katzmarczyk, who is no stranger to danger after working for years in Afghanistan, is finding the new COVID-19 environment challenging.
When Sophie Reddington found out her physical therapist had tested positive for the coronavirus, the Berlin International School volunteer worried she might have started an outbreak of her own. Find out more in today’s edition of The Coronavirus Chronicle.
“The only part that is really making me nervous is my travel back to the States. At this point ‘I’m a leaf on the wind.’” In the second part of The Coronavirus Chronicle, American tourist Brian Morton shares his fears of leaving Berlin and heading home to the United States.