As novel coronavirus cases skyrocket across Germany and Europe, we talk about what we’ve learned since the start of the pandemic. How can we best stop its spread, what are the new treatments and is a lockdown imminent or even wise?
Starting Saturday, patients can only receive one visitor per day for one hour. There are a few exceptions: Expectant mothers are allowed to bring a partner in for the birth, and no restrictions apply to the visitors of seriously ill or dying patients.
This week we measure the political climate in the U.S. in the lead up to the presidential election. With less than three weeks to go, what’s going on in the nation’s capital? We also explore how the next American president will shape politics on both sides of the Atlantic.
Bavarian State Premier Markus Söder, who wants to significantly tighten pandemic measures across the country, told reporters Tuesday that it is not the time to be looking for loopholes, but to do what’s best for Germany.