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THE EU's 'disappointing' response to the coronavirus crisis has left some questioning what the point of the bloc is, while some analysts have suggested any measures put into place now to try and minimise the economic damage caused by the pandemic will be 'too little, too late'.THE EU's "disappointing" response to the coronavirus crisis has left some questioning what the point of the bloc is, while some analysts have suggested any measures put into place now to try and minimise the economic damage caused by the pandemic will be "too little, too late".

Eurozone news: EU blasted for failure to act on coronavirus - 'Too little, too late!' | City & Business | Finance | Express.co.uk

There is optimism among some that the Bundesliga will be able to resume in May with soccer teams resuming training in small groups this weekThere is optimism among some that the Bundesliga will be able to resume in May with soccer teams resuming training in small groups this week

Bundesliga future still in the air amid virus outbreak

Strict social distancing measures have helped Germany to slightly slow the spread of the novel coronavirus, Chancellor Angela Merkel said on Thursday, giving cautious hope some of the restrictions could be eased after Easter.Strict social distancing measures have helped Germany to slightly slow the spread of the novel coronavirus, Chancellor Angela Merkel said on Thursday, giving cautious hope some of the restrictions could be eased after Easter.

“When Angela Merkel says no to corona bonds - ie debt sharing of pandemic-related costs across EU -this should come as no surprise. It causes divisions in the EU but unites the public behind her at home. Germans believe in EU solidarity but fear writing a blank cheque #coronavirus”

katya adler on Twitter: "When Angela Merkel says no to corona bonds - ie debt sharing of pandemic-related costs across EU -this should come as no surprise. It causes divisions in the EU but unites the public behind her at home. Germans believe in EU solidarity but fear writing a blank cheque #coronavirus"

“German Chancellor Angela Merkel rejected the idea of common European bonds to help tackle the financial fallout from the Coronavirus crisis, so called ‘Corona Bonds.’ (Some within the Trump administration are open to it)”

Vivian Salama on Twitter: "German Chancellor Angela Merkel rejected the idea of common European bonds to help tackle the financial fallout from the Coronavirus crisis, so called ‘Corona Bonds.’ (Some within the Trump administration are open to it)"

“Chancellor Angela Merkel: “The latest developments give us reason for cautious hope” as the numbers of new coronavirus infections in Germany begin to flatten. "But we cannot be reckless. We have to concentrate, the situation is fragile."”

Melissa Eddy on Twitter: "Chancellor Angela Merkel: “The latest developments give us reason for cautious hope” as the numbers of new coronavirus infections in Germany begin to flatten. "But we cannot be reckless. We have to concentrate, the situation is fragile.""

“If I had to say one reason why Germany has the lowest deaths to diagnosed coronavirus patients in the world it would be because the country is led by a trained scientist. Bravo Angela Merkel!”

Martin Varsavsky on Twitter: "If I had to say one reason why Germany has the lowest deaths to diagnosed coronavirus patients in the world it would be because the country is led by a trained scientist. Bravo Angela Merkel!"

Strict social distancing measures have helped Germany to slightly slow the spread of the novel coronavirus, Chancellor Angela Merkel said on Thursday, giving cautious hope some of the restrictions could be eased after Easter.Strict social distancing measures have helped Germany to slightly slow the spread of the novel coronavirus, Chancellor Angela Merkel said on Thursday, giving cautious hope some of the restrictions could be eased after Easter.

German coronavirus curve gives reason for cautious hope - Merkel - Reuters

Just before Easter, and on the second day of Passover, Angela Merkel said she was "cautiously hopeful" regarding the latest developments in the Corona crisis in Germany. But more discipline was necessary over the holidays.

Merkel: ‘We Have to Live with Pandemic for a Considerable Time’ – The Berlin Spectator

Just before Easter, and on the second day of Passover, Angela Merkel said she was "cautiously hopeful" regarding the latest developments in the Corona crisis in Germany. But more discipline was necessary over the holidays.

Merkel: ‘We Have to Live with Pandemic for a Considerable Time’ – The Berlin Spectator

High inventory that can’t be sold is risking the bankruptcy of many companies in the industry, automakers and dealers said.High inventory that can’t be sold is risking the bankruptcy of many companies in the industry, automakers and dealers said.

German auto lobby calls on Merkel to allow car sales to resume

The country reports more than 108,000 coronavirus cases, and over 2,000 fatalities by now The country reports more than 108,000 coronavirus cases, and over 2,000 fatalities by now

Chancellor cautiously optimistic about coronavirus situation in Germany - World - TASS

Chancellor cautiously optimistic about coronavirus situation in Germany

German Health Minister JensSpahn told newspaper Handelsblatt that the coronavirus infectionnumbers in Germany were showing a "positive trend" and if thatcontinued, it would be possible to talk about a gradual returnto normality after the Easter break.German Health Minister JensSpahn told newspaper Handelsblatt that the coronavirus infectionnumbers in Germany were showing a "positive trend" and if thatcontinued, it would be possible to talk about a gradual returnto normality after the Easter break.

Germany: Gradual return to normality possible if infection trend continues | Article [AMP] | Reuters

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Even once measures can be rolled back, Merkel said "very small steps" would be necessary. She also said the virus "won’t just disappear," and will remain a problem until a vaccine is found. Follow DW for the latest.Even once measures can be rolled back, Merkel said "very small steps" would be necessary. She also said the virus "won’t just disappear," and will remain a problem until a vaccine is found. Follow DW for the latest.

Coronavirus latest: Merkel warns against hasty rollback of restrictions | News | DW | 09.04.2020

German health minister, Jens Spahn, comments to Handelsblatt - Infection numbers are showing a more positive trend - If that continues, then the government can talk about gradual return to normality after the Easter break report on the numbers today By Justin LowGerman health minister, Jens Spahn, comments to Handelsblatt - Infection numbers are showing a more positive trend - If that continues, then the government can talk about gradual return to normality after the Easter break report on the numbers today

German health minister: Infection numbers are showing a more positive trend

According to the German Chancellor, eurozone bonds are not the only measure to cope with the economic damage caused by the pandemic. According to the German Chancellor, eurozone bonds are not the only measure to cope with the economic damage caused by the pandemic.

Merkel Says Germany Rejects Eurozone 'Coronabonds' - Sputnik International

BERLIN, Apr 9 — German Chancellor Angela Merkel called Thursday for “patience” in the coronavirus crisis, saying that society will have to “live with the virus” until a vaccine becomes available.  “It will need patience... a lot will depend on whether people continue to keep their...BERLIN, Apr 9 — German Chancellor Angela Merkel called Thursday for “patience” in the coronavirus crisis, saying that society will have to “live with the virus” until a vaccine becomes available.  “It will need patience... a lot will depend on whether people continue to keep their...

Merkel pleads for ‘patience’ in coronavirus battle | World | Malay Mail

Merkel said that even as Europe is together in the face of the pandemic, there should not be common debt because of the situation of the continent’s political union.Merkel said that even as Europe is together in the face of the pandemic, there should not be common debt because of the situation of the continent’s political union.

Not Euro Zone Bonds, Germany Will Back Other Ideas to Mitigate COVID-19 Impact: Merkel

COVID-19: Germans urged to stay at home during Easter – Brinkwire

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