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Alberto NardelliArchitect of Sweden’s no-lockdown policy admits too many have died ft.com/content/a67b63… “If we would encounter the same disease, with exactly what we know about it today, I think we would land midway between what Sweden did and what the rest of the world did,” Mr Tegnell said
Kanzlerin Angela Merkel zeigt sich in einer Schaltkonferenz des CDU-Präsidiums unzufrieden über die Lockerungs-Debatten in einzelnen Ländern.
Alberto NardelliGermany has treated more than 200 coronavirus patients from other European countries, and is prepared to take more. The costs — some €20 million — will be covered by the German government
Alberto NardelliLast night we published a story on how a breakdown in communications between two government agencies led to the UK missing out on thousands of coronavirus tests.
It helps to understand some of the challenges being now faced trying to ramp up capacity