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Germany and the easing of restrictions

By DW
13 September 2022   |   1:28 pm
According to the German authorities, all persons are now permitted entry to cafes, bars, restaurants, museums, theatres, shopping centres, as well as other public places and large events without being required to hold a valid vaccination, recovery, or test certificate.

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