Lessons from a drawn-out pandemic a year on | COVID-19 Special

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It’s been lockdown after lockdown, with another on its way here. It’s been a year now since Germany officially classified the coronavirus as a pandemic. There are lots of lessons to be learnt from this crisis. The biggest challenge being understanding. How we perceive the dangers of a microscopic pathogen. How science progresses. And how politicians decide what’s best for us. One year of DW’s COVID-19 Special tracking the ups and downs of a pandemic.

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