German Deaths Pass 100,000; EU to Propose Travel Limit

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Germany passed 100,000 Covid-19 deaths as the European Union said it will recommend a 9-month time limit for the validity of vaccinations for travel into the bloc. Bloomberg Intelligence’s Sam Fazeli has the latest.

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