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Canada Steinmeier sees Germany in a critical phase with the corona pandemic

20:50  30 october  2020
20:50  30 october  2020 Source:   spiegel.de

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Federal President Frank-Walter Steinmeier sees Germany in a critical phase with the corona pandemic. In an interview with Deutsche Welle on Friday, Steinmeier expressed concern about "that the occupancy in intensive care beds in hospitals is noticeably increasing". The head of state warned that either “our options can significantly contain the infections, or the situation is getting out of hand”.

Bundespräsident Frank-Walter Steinmeier sieht Deutschland bei der Corona-Pandemie in einer kritischen Phase. Er äußerte sich in der Deutschen Welle besorgt über einen drohenden Verlust der Kontrolle. © Tobias Schwarz Federal President Frank-Walter Steinmeier sees Germany in a critical phase with the corona pandemic. He expressed concern in Deutsche Welle about an impending loss of control.

Steinmeier said, however, "confident that we will be able to curb the infection again". With a view to the debate about the currently adopted countermeasures and restrictions, which are "of course a burden", he spoke of "a practical test for democracy in Germany".

"Criticism of the Federal Government's measures" is getting sharper and harsher - especially when it comes from those who spread conspiracy myths, "said the Federal President." But the number of those who consider restrictions to be right or even tougher is growing at the moment faster than the number of critics ", he emphasized. Already in the spring it was possible to" deal with such a situation with reason and discipline ".

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