Germany’s Spahn Ups Virus Lockdown Warning Amid Brutal Outbreak

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Germany’s Health Minister Jens Spahn reiterated a warning that the government can’t exclude any measures, including another lockdown, as it tries to check the latest wave of Covid-19 infections. Maria Tadeo reports on “Bloomberg Surveillance: Early Edition.”

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