Health officials believe Germany is faring well in the face of the Omicron variant of Covid-19 - but said more older people needed to get vaccinated ahead of autumn.
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Germany is seeing a spike in Covid infections amid the Omicron wave. How worried should we be about these high numbers?
EU countries have agreed to make it easier for anyone with an EU Covid-19 certificate to travel within the bloc without having to face any further restrictions such as tests or quarantine.
The German government is reportedly mulling over plans to scrap quarantine pay for people who haven't received their full course of Covid jabs or whose last jab was more than three months ago.
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Germany is in the grip of a housing crisis, but no-one is talking about the real causes of it, writes Hamburg-based Brian Melican.
In English the name for the popular kids’ birthday game involving chairs and music is fairly straightforward. But why do Germans call it "Trip to Jerusalem"?
Trips between Europe and the UK and vice versa may well become more expensive for many travellers in 2022 as UK mobile operators bring back roaming charges. However there is some good news for all EU residents.
If you've got the dreaded red alert and found out a friend or colleague has Covid, you may have to quarantine for up to 10 days - even if you don't have symptoms. But what does German law say about whether you still need to work while stuck at home?
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