German Chancellor Angela Merkel and Finance Minister Olaf Scholz pulled no punches when talking about the harm the coronavirus outbreak could cause. Photo: AFP German Chancellor Angela Merkel and Finance Minister Olaf Scholz pulled no punches when talking about the harm the coronavirus outbreak could cause. Photo: AFP
German Chancellor Angela Merkel and Finance Minister Olaf Scholz pulled no punches when talking about the harm the coronavirus outbreak could cause. Photo: AFP

Coronavirus: German Chancellor Angela Merkel says up to 70 per cent of Germans may get infected

  • European leaders say fight against coronavirus is just starting
  • French President Emmanuel Macron says outbreak ‘at the very beginning’

Topic |   Coronavirus pandemic
German Chancellor Angela Merkel and Finance Minister Olaf Scholz pulled no punches when talking about the harm the coronavirus outbreak could cause. Photo: AFP German Chancellor Angela Merkel and Finance Minister Olaf Scholz pulled no punches when talking about the harm the coronavirus outbreak could cause. Photo: AFP
German Chancellor Angela Merkel and Finance Minister Olaf Scholz pulled no punches when talking about the harm the coronavirus outbreak could cause. Photo: AFP
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