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Three months after vaccination campaigns started, fewer than 5% of the EU's 450 million residents have been fully vaccinated against COVID-19
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Restrictions previously set to run through March 28 will now remain in place until April 18, with public life largely shut down over Easter.
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Sunday's elections were viewed as a key test to determine what voters think of the government's handling of the COVID-19 pandemic and to determine what they think of Merkel's successor.
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On Sunday two German states with a combined population of over 15 million people will elect new regional governments. It's the start of the so-called 'super election year' culminating with federal elections in September.
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Angela Merkel did not "refuse" the AstraZeneca vaccine
Newspapers claimed the German Chancellor refused to have the vaccine. However, she wasn't offered it because she is above the age threshold.
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As countries roll out vaccine programmes amid worries over new COVID variants, the WHO says there is still no definitive answer to the origins of the pandemic
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Merkel said the situation with COVID-19 is "similar to the flu vaccine, where you re-vaccinate against the new mutation of the virus every time".
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Belgium and Germany reach grim new milestones for COVID-19 deaths
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We should cherish Europe's democracy daily, says MEP after US violence
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Germany extends and tightens lockdown restrictions to January 31
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