Anglea Merkel’s €130-billion Covid bailout wins back electorate
Sunday, 12 July 2020 ()
The world looks with awe at Germany’s tackling of the coronavirus crisis. The Angela Merkel-led coalition government of Christian and Social Democrats, albeit late responders, were nimble crisis managers, shutting down socio-economic life, stocking up medical facilities and prioritising a hands-on approach towards saving lives. Notwithstanding infections of around 200,000 cases, Germany was efficient in limiting fatality below 10,000. Although the threat of a second wave hangs in the air like a Damocles sword, heavy economic losses have overshadowed much of the Covid management successes. Amid conspiracy theories that pitch the mitigation...
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