At least 80 people in Göttingen tested positive for COVID-19 over the holiday weekend after they attended several family parties.
The coronavirus has forced Berliners to readjust their day-to-day lives and activities over the past weeks. Rico Todzi, on the other hand, has had to do so since birth, as he is in a wheelchair in a city that isn’t the friendliest to people who use them. This piece originally aired on April 8, 2020.
Lawmakers from across the European Union are urging transparency from China, with growing calls for an investigation into the origin of the coronavirus. How will the COVID-19 pandemic change Europe and Germany’s relationship with Beijing? And among the many challenges to globalization, is this pandemic the biggest?
12-year-old Julian Moraglio is bored. Stuck at home with his family, the seventh grader dreams of gathering his friends together for a party once the coronavirus crisis ends. He’s biding his time with some interesting hobbies, including a newfound passion for American politics. This edition previously aired on April 21, 2020.
When leaving your home these days, there’s one accessory you need to make sure you have and that’s a covering for your face. In this “Berlin Report,” Sylvia Cunningham answers questions about the latest rules and guidelines around wearing masks to prevent the spread of COVID-19.