Coronavirus pandemic: Germany extends virus curbs to early January

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    Restrictive measures designed to slow the spread of the #coronavirus in #Germany will be in place until at least the end of December and possibly longer, Chancellor Angela #Merkel told Parliament on Thursday. FRANCE 24’s Thomas Sparrow tells us more.

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