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Coronavirus digest: WHO says 60% immunization rate needed to curb pandemic – DW (English)

Partial lockdown measures to curb the virus spread in Germany could be extended until spring if infections are not brought under control. Also, COVID-19 deaths…



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In an interview with the German newspaper Die Welt on Saturday, Economy Minister Peter Altmaier said the current lockdown measures to flatten the coronavirus curve could continue until spring.
“We have three to four long winter months ahead of us,” he was quoted as saying. “It is possible that the restrictions will remain in place in the first months of 2021.”
On Wednesday, Germany’s 16 federal states agreed to extend and tighten measures against the pandemic until at least December 20.

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