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WHO envoy says Germany needs ‘Klopp effect’ in COVID fight

Germany can draw inspiration amid the pandemic from soccer coach Jürgen Klopp, WHO official David Nabarro has suggested. He also said disagreements among lawmakers had galvanized opponents of lockdown measures.

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