German Chancellor, Angela Merkel, is in quarantine

German Chancellor, Angela Merkel, is in quarantine after discovering that a doctor who had given her a pneumococcal vaccine on Friday afternoon, was tested positive for Coronavirus. 

On Sunday afternoon the Chancellor participated in a videoconference during which new restrictive measures were decided to stem the spread of the pandemic. 

Among these are: the obligation to stay at home, that of maintaining a distance of 1.5 meters, and the prohibition of meeting in groups of more than 2 people in public places.

All restaurants and bars should be closed, as well as hairdressers, beauty salons and tattoo studios. Outdoor sports are still allowed, however, even if only by your self or with family members.

Angela Merkel's first Cronavirus test was negative, confirmed the spokesman for the chancellor, Steffen Seibert.

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