Party At Your Peril! Oktoberfest 2022 and COVID | COVID-19 Special

Party at your peril! Oktoberfest 2022 and covid  | covid-19 special

DW News published this video item, entitled “Party At Your Peril! Oktoberfest 2022 and COVID | COVID-19 Special” – below is their description.

After a 2-year hiatus, the Oktoberfest is back. All the visitors are risking a COVID-19 infection, but they’re undeterred.

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