Coronavirus pandemic: Small German town tests reopening of hotels and restaurants

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    In #Germany, a small resort city tests the reopening of hotels and #restaurants during the busy Easter weekend. In the rest of the country, #Covid-19 restrictions remain tight. The reopening of restaurants seems a way in a country where a partial lockdown has been extended until at least April the 18th.

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