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Chancellor Angela Merkel said that restrictions on social contacts will be tightened. People will be allowed to meet only one person outside their own household
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Coronavirus News Updates: In a statement, the state government said the dry run will start at 10 am in three urban and as many rural sites with a minimum of two sessions
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