Parties are back on, but infection numbers are rising again | COVID-19 Special

DW News published this video item, entitled “Parties are back on, but infection numbers are rising again | COVID-19 Special” – below is their description.

It’s summertime in Europe, and people are heading outdoors. Hardly anyone seems concerned about the coronavirus pandemic. Most of the restrictions and regulations have been lifted, but the infection numbers are rising again in many places.

#Coronavirus #Europe #WHO

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