German minister says tracking apps to tackle coronavirus must be voluntary
Tuesday, 31 March 2020 German Justice Minister Christine Lambrecht told Deutschlandfunk radio on Tuesday that tracking apps to help tackle coronavirus could only be used voluntarily in Germany, where people are deeply suspicious of digital surveillance.
It's the first visit of the German Chancellor to Brussels since Germany took the reins of the EU Council presidency. She is addressing MEPs who want a bigger role in budget talks. She is hoping to get a deal, which includes the parliament's approval, on the trillion-euro recovery package.View on euronews
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German Chancellor Angela Merkel's outstretched hand was rebuffed by her interior minister at a meeting with migrant groups in Berlin on Monday, as the country updated the number of people infected with..
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