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Germany: Will authorities crack down on 'corona parties'?

Germany is the country third most affected by the outbreak, after Italy and Spain, with 14,481 cases and 43 deaths. Germany News

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Berlin, Germany - On Thursday evening in Tempelhof Field, the former airport turned public park, Nicolas Engel improvised a tune on an upright piano he wheeled onto the runway, as a well-spaced audience sat around him on the tarmac, enjoying the melody float through the warm spring air.
"People still want to go out," the Swiss musician told Al Jazeera. "Here on the field you have a lot of space, so even if there's a crowd you can sit two meters from each other." and Germany Medical News
The scene was calmer than earlier this week, when a spell of unseasonably warm weather drew thousands of people to the park to cycle, play football or drink with friends - including large groups of dozens of teenagers free from shuttered schools, in what politicians and local media have branded "corona parties". Germany Political News

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Germany is the country in Europe third most affected by the coronavirus outbreak, after Italy and Spain, with 14,481 confirmed cases and 43 deaths.
However, it has not imposed the sweeping restrictions on the movement was seen in those nations, and in most parts of the country, people continue to move and socialize freely. But leading politicians have warned this will change quickly if the public does not begin to heed warnings about social distancing advice and minimizing close contact with others.
"If a lot of people don't restrict themselves voluntarily, then eventually, the only instrument that will remain is a Bavaria-wide curfew. That must be clear to everyone," Bavarian leader Markus Soder said on Thursday, while announcing the nation's first curfews in the district of Wunsiedel and the town of Mitterteich, both near the Czech border. Germany Distribution Sites

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