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Steinmeier: ‘The number of infections is rising every day’

"We are in a critical phase" of the pandemic, German President Frank-Walter Steinmeier told DW. He is concerned by the abrasive debate about health measures. There is "hardly a bridge" between supporters and opponents.

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