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Image caption Gyms in Düsseldorf have already reopened. A woman lifts the weights over her head one last time then drops them to ground with a grunt of exhaustion, turning her head towards the slight breeze coming in from the open door. This ladies-only gym in Düsseldorf has just reopened. Life in Germany is beginning to look a little like it did before coronavirus silenced its beer gardens, grounded its aircraft and brought production lines to a standstill. Schools, businesses, restaurants, shops and churches have either reopened or are about to - with strict social distancing measures. There's even the promise of summer holidays elsewhere in Europe. But Britta, who's just finished her workout, is unsure about easing restrictions. Full story

1 June

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