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Coronavirus: Germany faces €1.3 trillion COVID bill

By DW
01 January 2021   |   7:00 am
The German government has calculated it will cost €1.3 trillion to pay for the coronavirus pandemic. One senior politician is worried that the poorest will end up footing the bill.

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