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  • 31.03.2020 09:47 UhrFines of up to 500 Euros for ViolationsBerlin Senate Drafts a Catalogue of Fines

    UpdateSince the shutdown began, cases of domestic violence have increased in the city. Refugees from Lesbos may be brought to Berlin. And this is how the world reacts to the pandemic. Von Ann-Kathrin Hipp, Kathleen Wächter, Lily Coates mehr

    On Tuesday, the Berlin senate debates to fine people for breaking the rules during lockdown.
  • 30.03.2020 09:55 UhrSpread of Pandemic ContinuesBerlin’s Financial Aid Program Increased to €1 Billion

    Interminable Waiting Lines for Financial Aid, Delays for Berlin’s Corona Hospital, Bookstores Remain Open. Von Lorenz Maroldt, Kathleen Wächter, Lily Coates mehr

    Another week of shutdown in Berlin.
  • 27.03.2020 10:35 UhrTagesspiegel Checkpoint Coronavirus-updateAlmost 2000 Infected in Berlin, 400 Recovered, 8 Dead

    Hundreds of Police in Quarantine While Crime Rates Sink, Help for Businesses and Mapping the Global Journey of the Virus. Von Stefan Jacobs, Kathleen Wächter, Lily Coates mehr

    Almost 2000 people in Berlin have tested positive for Covid-19.
  • 26.03.2020 10:50 UhrCorona Numbers Still Rising Exponentially€100M for New Coronavirus Clinic & Free Rides for Medical Personnel

    UpdateIn Today's Latest on Berlin's Crisis: A Call for a Debate On Triage. And some good news, too! Von Julius Betschka, Kathleen Wächter, Lily Coates mehr

    Berlin's deserted Brandenburger Tor.
  • 25.03.2020 10:44 UhrCoronavirus Crisis in BerlinSchool Exams Postponed & Talking to Your Plant is Normal Now

    UpdateBerlin Adapts to a New Social Everyday, Though Temperatures on the Weekend Could Cause a Challenge. Von Anke Myrrhe, Kathleen Wächter, Lily Coates mehr

    Friedrichstrasse in Berlin.
  • 24.03.2020 11:22 UhrFighting the CoronavirusBerlin in Dire Need of Protective Gear, As the City Adapts to Current Bans

    UpdateThe Federal Government’s 122.5 billion Euros aid package is on the way. Police on the streets (and in supermarkets), strategies to cope, and how to help others. Von Ann-Kathrin Hipp, Kathleen Wächter, Lily Coats mehr

    Running: Really the only thing you still can do outside of your home.
  • 23.03.2020 11:36 UhrNew Measures Against CoronavirusBerlin Spared From Strict Lockdown

    UpdateOutings of up to two are still allowed. Hairdressers close, hardware stores remain open. Chancellor Merkel in quarantine. Your daily Coronavirus update by Tagesspiegel Checkpoint. Von Stefan Jacobs, Kathleen Wächter, Lily Coats mehr

    Chancellery without chancellor. After contact with an infected doctor, Angela Merkel went into home isolation on Sunday.
  • 20.03.2020 11:21 UhrCoronavirus OutbreakFirst Major German City Under Curfew, will Berlin follow soon?

    German politicians start to discuss a nationwide curfew. 10.000 infections in Berlin expected by next week. The Tagesspiegel Checkpoint Coronavirus update. Von Stefan Jacobs, Kathleen Wächter, Lily Coates mehr

    Freiburg is the first major German city to impose a curfew.

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