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Germany will have COVID curbs beyond January - health minister

Germany will have COVID curbs beyond January - health minister

By Slideshow BERLIN (Reuters) - Germany will not be able to lift all coronavirus lockdown curbs at the beginning of February, Health Minister Jens Spahn said, stressing the need to further reduce contacts to fend off a more virulent variant of the virus.The German cabinet on Wednesday approved stricter controls on people entering the country after a national lockdown was last week tightened and extended to the end of January.“One thing is already evident: It will not be possible to loosen all restrictions on Feb. 1,” Spahn told Deutschlandfunk radio on Wednesday, adding it would take...

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NATO must focus more on challenge of rising China, report to say

NATO must focus more on challenge of rising China, report to say

By , BRUSSELS/BERLIN (Reuters) - NATO must think harder about how to handle China and its military rise, though Russia will remain its main adversary during this decade, according to a report to be published on Tuesday on reforming the Atlantic alliance.Slideshow The report “NATO 2030”, prepared by a group of so-called ‘wise persons’ and containing 138 proposals, comes amid growing doubts about the purpose and relevance of an alliance branded last year by French President Emmanuel Macron as “brain dead”.“China is no longer the benign trading partner that the West had hoped for. It is the...

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Germany braces for extension of lockdown until December 20

Germany braces for extension of lockdown until December 20

By , BERLIN (Reuters) - Germany will have to extend its measures to contain the COVID-19 pandemic until Dec. 20, according to senior politicians and a draft proposal obtained by Reuters on Sunday.Slideshow Germany imposed a month-long “lockdown-lite” from Nov. 2 to contain a second wave of the virus that is sweeping much of Europe, but infection numbers have not declined.“Everything points to the fact that the current restrictions must be extended for some time beyond Nov. 30,” Finance Minister Olaf Scholz told Bild am Sonntag (BamS).Bars and restaurants are closed, but schools and shops...

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