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What to do and what not to do, according to scientists, now that the state of alarm is over – The Saxon

Since the internal borders were closed, 7 months and 12 days have passed, which sounds like a sentence. But at twelve o’clock at night the

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Since the internal borders were closed, 7 months and 12 days have passed, which sounds like a sentence. But at twelve o’clock at night the state of alarm was over. And at one minute past twelve (in many places well before) we had the streets full of people and a party atmosphere that seemed like New Year’s Eve.
Anyone who has seen it will think that SARS-CoV-2 has disappeared and we no longer have to worry about. But it is not true. The coronavirus has not gone away. The only thing that has disappeared…

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