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Inclusion, ,
Published 26.06.2020 18:33
In Germany, Chinese artist and activist Ai Weiwei creates 10,000 artistic masks to be sold for charity.
All it has earned will go to coronavirus humanitarian efforts led by Human Rights Watch, Refugees International and Medecins Sans Frontières.
Health, , , , ,
Published 24.06.2020 14:55
Germany, France, Italy, and the Netherlands have signed a contract for pre-orders of 300 million doses of a coronavirus vaccine currently in development.
The deal was signed with pharmaceutical company AstraZeneca for a promising coronavirus vaccine currently still in the experimental phase. All EU countries will be able to take part in the program. The vaccine is expected to be finished by the end of 2020.
Health,
Published 23.06.2020 17:51
A German biotech company is using yeast to create a vaccine that would bring a permanent end to the coronavirus pandemic.
Based in Langenfeld in the German state of North Rhine-Westphalia, ARTES Biotechnology has already used yeast cells to bring a hepatitis B vaccine to market. Yeast, they believe, will help produce proteins that could be used to trigger the production of coronavirus antibodies in humans.
Lockdown,
Published 23.06.2020 15:48
The German Bundesliga has resumed behind closed doors from mid-May.
It became the first major European football league to return to action, though matches must take place in empty stadiums, without supporters. The league was suspended on 13 March, with most teams having nine games left. Police were present at stadiums to ensure fans do not enter and to prevent…
Health,
Published 19.06.2020 07:15
Melitta, the German maker of the original paper coffee filter, retooled its production to make masks.
The company likewise possesses Wolf PVG, which has actually created air filters and also vacuum bags for years, supplying useful expertise and also a supply of the three-ply microfibre required to make masks to a health center requirement. The coffee-filter-shaped masks are produced on the same machine as the filters…
Unemployment,
Published 26.05.2020 08:37
In Germany, the government agreed a rescue of Lufthansa airline with a €9 billion bailout.
As part of the package, the German government would take a 20% stake in the company, which has been seriously affected by the travel restrictions due to the pandemic. The plan still requires approval by shareholders as well as the European Commission, according to Reuters. Other airlines including Air France-KLM,…
Lockdown,
Published 23.05.2020 21:43
In Germany, a church opened its doors to Muslims who were unable to fit into their mosque under new social distancing rules.
Although the country suspended religious services as a means of curbing the Covid-19 outbreaks, Germany recently started allowing worshippers to gather in groups of up to 50 people at a time. But worshippers must maintain a distance of 1.5 meters. As a result, some Muslims were left without a place…
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Published 21.05.2020 19:01
In Iran, a drive-in cinema is operating again since it was banned in the 1979 revolution.
Lifting a 41-years ban, a Tehran parking lot has turned into a drive-in theatre, Associated Press reported. Old-school drive-in cinemas are back in several cities across the world due to the pandemic. This is the case also of Germany, where drive-in movie theaters are booming for movies, church services or…
Lockdown, , , , ,
Published 21.05.2020 14:10
The European Commission invited Schengen Member States to extend the temporary restriction on non-essential travel to the EU until 15 June.
In the Netherlands, the government has extended the entry ban until June 15. France will also maintain international travel restrictions until at least mid June and when they lift the restrictions they will require to quarantine. Germany has also extended its warning against any international travel until June 14. However,…
Unemployment,
Published 21.05.2020 08:17
In Germany, the government allowed farmers to pay charter flights for migrant workers in April and May.
About 28,000 workers have been flown from Romania and Bulgaria to Germany in these months under this airlift program, according to The New York Times. The opposition Greens party has criticized the measure as “scandalous and irresponsible.”

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