Germany and France still having COVID issues. But why?


Germany and France seem unable to get rid of their coronavirus issues. The Germans enacted another country-wide lockdown going through the end of June. It includes major restrictions on who families can come into contact with, unless it’s a custody exchange, along with another 10 p.m. to 5 a.m. curfew. Joggers and walkers are allowed to go out until midnight as long as they’re by themselves. Shops can stay open but customers need to provide a negative COVID test and make appointments. They’ll have to do preordered goods if the virus incidence rate is above 150 in cities and districts. Schools are…

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