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Is Europe At The Start Of A Second Wave Of COVID-19?

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Is Europe At The Start Of A Second Wave Of COVID-19?

Is Europe At The Start Of A Second Wave Of COVID-19?

CNN reports fresh outbreaks of the novel coronavirus COVID-19 are sweeping across Europe as they have in Asia.

Amid renewed lockdown measures, the virus is sending a clear message: no country is safe from a resurgence.

Germany was a model for effectively handling the pandemic.

Steered by calm, clearly communicating Chancellor Angela Markel, Germany responded rapidly and quickly built an infrastructure for mass testing.


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