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Merkel thanks compliant Germans, shutdown to continue until at least April 20

Reuters Saturday, 28 March 2020
Germans have been largely compliant with rules to prevent the spread of coronavirus, Chancellor Angela Merkel said on Saturday, as confirmed cases in the country continued to rise and her chief of staff said the shutdown would not be eased before April 20.
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