A ‘Stay Safe' message on the beach in Broadstairs, a seaside resort on the Kent coast, England. Photo: DPA A ‘Stay Safe' message on the beach in Broadstairs, a seaside resort on the Kent coast, England. Photo: DPA
A ‘Stay Safe' message on the beach in Broadstairs, a seaside resort on the Kent coast, England. Photo: DPA

Germany, UK and the stark difference in coronavirus deaths

  • Germany reacted more swiftly to the outbreak than Britain, potentially saving lives
  • Testing rates, crucial for identifying and slowing spread, vastly different between two countries

Topic |   Coronavirus pandemic
A ‘Stay Safe' message on the beach in Broadstairs, a seaside resort on the Kent coast, England. Photo: DPA A ‘Stay Safe' message on the beach in Broadstairs, a seaside resort on the Kent coast, England. Photo: DPA
A ‘Stay Safe' message on the beach in Broadstairs, a seaside resort on the Kent coast, England. Photo: DPA
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