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Crime Chancellor-in-Office: The climax of the corona crisis is yet to come

12:05  05 april  2020
12:05  05 april  2020 Source:   pressfrom.com

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Kanzleramtsminister Helge Braun (CDU) sieht den Höhepunkt der Corona-Krise in Deutschland noch nicht erreicht. © John MACDOUGALL Chancellor-Minister Helge Braun (CDU) does not see the climax of the corona crisis in Germany yet. "The time with the highest infection numbers is still ahead of us," said Braun of the "Frankfurter Allgemeine Sonntagszeitung" (F.A.S.).

Chancellery Minister Helge Braun (CDU) does not see the peak of the corona crisis in Germany yet. "The time with the highest infection numbers is still ahead of us," said Braun of the "Frankfurter Allgemeine Sonntagszeitung" (F.A.S.). The task of the federal government is to "prepare us for our population for the most difficult part of this crisis".

In his view, the yardstick for the continuation or easing of the measures to contain the epidemic was "that fewer people become infected at the same time intervals". Before the current restrictions began, there was a "doubling every three days". But in order not to overwhelm the healthcare system, the doubling times would have to be well over ten days. "Probably even twelve or fourteen days," emphasized Braun.

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In an interview with DPA, von der Leyen did not rule out the idea of ' corona bonds' but said that they were The option was similarly dismissed by German Chancellor Angela Merkel, who said "This is a crisis that is affecting all of the EU. We need to articulate a grand Marshall Plan of reconstruction

Initially, the federal government also expected that patients in Germany would be in intensive care units shorter than in other countries and hoped for around ten days. "Now we fear that ventilation times will be longer because more and more older people are becoming infected."

Regarding criticism from academics about school closures in Germany, the Chancellor's Office said that children are often less prone to corona infection than adults, "but the idea that they behave 100 percent according to our distance rules in the school playground is not very realistic ". Then when they got home, they might meet their grandparents there. "Then infection chains can quickly develop."

Braun assured that the federal government would not take risks to the health of the population for economic reasons. "The idea that we may soon no longer be able to care for some sick people in Germany because the number of infections is skyrocketing is so serious that I say: The most important thing is first of all that we avoid it Step back."

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Giffey does not believe in daycare closings until summer .
© ANNEGRET HILSE Before the deliberations on how to proceed in the Corona crisis, Federal Minister for Family Affairs Franziska Giffey (SPD) demanded a gradual opening of daycare centers. Before the deliberations on how to proceed in the Corona crisis, Federal Family Minister Franziska Giffey (SPD) called for the daycare centers to be opened gradually.

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