Ongoing Projects: Berlin Corona Covid19 Lockdown: Berlin Corona Covid 19 Lockdown

April 17, 2020 - Berlin, Germany:  A woman wears a face mask as she pushes a bike in front of the Brandenburg Gate during the coronavirus pandemic. Usually this is on Friday afternoons a high traffic area. As the rate of new infections nationwide continues to slow, the German government is seeking to establish and implement a roadmap for easing restrictions on public life and the impact  the virus is having on the economy. So far there are over 130,000 cases of confirmed infections of Covid 19 in Germany, over 3,000 people have died and about 57,000 people recovered. (Hermann Bredehorst / Polaris)April 17, 2020 - Berlin, Germany:  A woman wears a face mask as she pushes a bike iin front of the Brandenburg Gate during the coronavirus pandemic. Usually this is on Friday afternoons a high traffic area. As the rate of new infections nationwide continues to slow, the German government is seeking to establish and implement a roadmap for easing restrictions on public life and the impact  the virus is having on the economy. So far there are over 130,000 cases of confirmed infections of Covid 19 in Germany, over 3,000 people have died and about 57,000 people recovered.
Berlin Corona Covid 19 Lockdown

April 17, 2020 - Berlin, Germany: A woman wears a face mask as she pushes a bike in front of the Brandenburg Gate during the coronavirus pandemic. Usually this is on Friday afternoons a high traffic area. As the rate of new infections nationwide continues to slow, the German government is seeking to establish and implement a roadmap for easing restrictions on public life and the impact the virus is having on the economy. So far there are over 130,000 cases of confirmed infections of Covid 19 in Germany, over 3,000 people have died and about 57,000 people recovered.  

 

(Hermann Bredehorst / Polaris) 

 

 

April 17, 2020 - Berlin, Germany: A woman wears a face mask as she pushes a bike iin front of the Brandenburg Gate during the coronavirus pandemic. Usually this is on Friday afternoons a high traffic area. As the rate of new infections nationwide continues to slow, the German government is seeking to establish and implement a roadmap for easing restrictions on public life and the impact the virus is having on the economy. So far there are over 130,000 cases of confirmed infections of Covid 19 in Germany, over 3,000 people have died and about 57,000 people recovered.