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NEUES-DEUTSCHLAND_DE 28/01/21 TRAD AUTO : Corona, peste porcine et grippe aviaire - Dans le même temps, l’agriculture du marché se porte très mal par trois crises. Vor dem Landtagsschloss in Potsdam fuhren am Donnerstag Traktoren auf.

NEUES-DEUTSCHLAND_DE 28/01/21 TRAD AUTO : Corona, peste porcine et grippe aviaire - Dans le même temps, l’agriculture du marché se porte très mal par trois crises

Die Bauern waren gekommen, um auf die schwierige Lage der märkischen Landwirtschaft aufmerksam zu machen. Im Parlament diskutierten derweil die Abgeordneten in einer Aktuellen Stunde über die Situation. Agrarminister Axel Vogel (Grüne) verwies darauf, dass Brandenburg vergleichsweise wenig fruchtbare Böden aufweist und dass es nicht genug regnet. In solchen Gegenden, in denen das Korn nicht prächtig gedeiht, hilft sich der Landwirt traditionell, indem er Futter anbaut und Nutztiere aufzieht. Aber der Tierbestand ist aktuell niedrig und die Anzahl der Rinder, Schweine, Schafe und Ziegen sind weiter rückläufig. Nd.Muckefuck ist unser Newsletter für Berlin am Morgen.

Hoffnung könne er vermitteln mit Blick auf die »geänderte Einstellung der Verbraucher« hin zu ausgewiesen regionalen Produkten, sagte Vogel. AFP 17/12/20 Covid-19 : l'Allemagne enregistre un record d'infections en 24h à plus de 30.000. THELOCAL_DE 08/06/20 Germany gets ready to launch coronavirus tracing app. Alongside shutting down public life for around two months, Germany's 'track and trace' system has played a huge role in slowing the spread of Covid-19 to stop it from overwhelming the country's health system.

THELOCAL_DE 08/06/20 Germany gets ready to launch coronavirus tracing app

And the rollout of an app, which would use bluetooth to alert smartphone users when they have been in contact with someone infected with the virus, is considered crucial in the fight against the pandemic as Germany continues to relax lockdown measures. "We will present the app in the course of next week," said Spahn in an interview with regional newspaper RP Online published on Monday June 8th. The app has been in development since the pandemic hit Germany – however, Spahn said this time was needed to make sure the it functioned well, and on all smart phones. The Health Minister said the app must meet strict requirements regarding data protection and energy efficiency.

(article continues below) See also on The Local: THEGUARDIAN 26/04/20 Germany's Covid-19 expert: 'For many, I'm the evil guy crippling the economy' Christian Drosten, who directs the Institute of Virology at the Charité Hospital in Berlin, was one of those who identified the Sars virus in 2003.

THEGUARDIAN 26/04/20 Germany's Covid-19 expert: 'For many, I'm the evil guy crippling the economy'

As the head of the German public health institute’s reference lab on coronaviruses, he has become the government’s go-to expert on the related virus causing the current pandemic. In an exclusive interview, Drosten admits he fears a second deadly wave of the virus. He explains why Angela Merkel has an advantage over other world leaders – and why the “prevention paradox” keeps him awake at night. SWR_DE 26/05/20 TRAD AUTO : Pourquoi la surveillance des saucisses, du fromage ou du pain a été massivement restreinte depuis la crise de Corona. Science of The Total Environment Available online 18 August 2020, Detection of SARS-CoV-2 in raw and treated wastewater in Germany – Suitability for COVID-19 surveillance and potential transmission risks. Ahmed et al., 2020 W.

Science of The Total Environment Available online 18 August 2020, Detection of SARS-CoV-2 in raw and treated wastewater in Germany – Suitability for COVID-19 surveillance and potential transmission risks

Ahmed, N. Angel, J. Edson, K. Bibby, A. Amirian, 2020 E.S. Bar Or et al., 2020 I. Brückner et al., 2018 I. Carducci et al., 2020 A. Chavarria-Miró et al., 2020 G. Choi et al., 2018 P.M. Corman et al., 2020 V.M. Eurosurveillance, 25 (3) (2020) Dörner, 2003 K. (ninth ed.), Thieme, Oldenburg (2003) Drosten et al., 2003 C. ROBERT KOCH INSTITUT 27/11/20 Epidemiologischer Steckbrief zu SARS-CoV-2 und COVID-19. Änderungen gegenüber der Version vom 27.11.2020: Geändert wurden insbesondere die Kapitel:17.

ROBERT KOCH INSTITUT 27/11/20 Epidemiologischer Steckbrief zu SARS-CoV-2 und COVID-19

"Immunität"18. "Impfung"10. "Dauer der Ansteckungsfähigkeit (Kontagiosität)" PIGSITE 05/10/20 German farmers warn that meat packers must work longer hours to accommodate COVID-19 restrictions. Reuters reports that a series of German meat packing plants became COVID-19 hotspots this summer, including the massive Toennies pork slaughterhouse and meatpacking plant in central Germany.

PIGSITE 05/10/20 German farmers warn that meat packers must work longer hours to accommodate COVID-19 restrictions

This caused a major meat industry shake-up with higher standards imposed and to meet the new demands of coronavirus prevention, German slaughterhouses have reduced their processing capacity, said Franz-Josef Holzenkamp, president of the Association of German Farm Cooperatives. Protection of health "always has the highest priority" but the changes mean farmers are facing delays in finding slaughterhouses for their pigs, said Holzenkamp. Slaughterhouse pigs can only be sent with considerable delays to slaughterhouses and are growing too much on farms, he said. The association is calling for a relaxation of time restrictions on slaughterhouse working, especially on Sundays. MEDRXIV 29/04/20 COVID-19 Disease Dynamics in Germany: First Models and Parameter Identification.

LE MONDE 09/10/20 Covid-19 en Allemagne : « Les laboratoires sont au bord de la saturation, en particulier dans les grandes villes » L’inquiétude gagne en Allemagne, alors que le pays a enregistré cette semaine plus de 4 000 nouveaux cas quotidiens confirmés de Covid-19 – une première depuis le début d’avril. « Le nombre d’infections augmente (…) avec une ampleur préoccupante », a ainsi mis en garde le ministre de la santé, Jens Spahn, jeudi 8 octobre.

LE MONDE 09/10/20 Covid-19 en Allemagne : « Les laboratoires sont au bord de la saturation, en particulier dans les grandes villes »

D’autant que ce bond intervient alors que les vacances d’automne doivent commencer dans une grande partie du pays. Notre correspondant à Berlin, Thomas Wieder, a répondu à vos questions sur la gestion de l’épidémie outre-Rhin. Depuis l’apparition de la maladie, un peu plus de 9 500 personnes sont mortes en Allemagne, soit 115 pour un million d’habitants ; c’est largement moins qu’en France (environ 500), en Italie (600), en Espagne (700) ou encore en Belgique (870). FRANCE CULTURE 29/04/20 L'asperge blanche d'Allemagne vaut-elle plus que la santé des travailleurs roumains? La question est posée d'emblée par The Guardian : "l'approvisionnement en fruits et légumes des Européens de l'ouest vaudrait-il plus que la santé de milliers de Roumains ?

FRANCE CULTURE 29/04/20 L'asperge blanche d'Allemagne vaut-elle plus que la santé des travailleurs roumains?

" Question légitimement posée par le quotidien de Londres, tant il nous rappelle que les exploitations agricoles allemandes, dans lesquelles on produit notamment à cette saison la fameuse asperge blanche de Thuringe, emploient chaque année à la même période environ 300 000 travailleurs immigrés, pour la plupart venus de Roumanie, pour récolter à bas coût et dans des conditions souvent précaires les précieux primeurs. FRANCE 2 05/10/20 Allemagne : un registre des clients des restaurants pour lutter contre la propagation du Covid-19.

FAS USDA 04/08/20 Germany: COVID-19 Triggers Structural Changes in the German Restaurant Sector. EUROSURVEILLANCE 24/09/20 Surveillance of COVID-19 school outbreaks, Germany, March to August 2020. DW 27/11/20 German government approves stricter rules for meat industry. Germany's grand coalition parties on Friday reached an agreement on stricter regulations governing working conditions in the meat industry, months after meat workers' poor working conditions were exposed by the coronavirus pandemic.

DW 27/11/20 German government approves stricter rules for meat industry

The law was delayed several times because of differing views between the parliamentary parties of the conservative CDU/CSU bloc and the center-left Social Democrats (SPD). It is now to be presented to parliament for approval in mid-December and go into force at the start of 2021. The new law will aim to prevent large meat corporations from delegating responsibility for the welfare of workers to subcontractors. Among other things, it will completely ban the use of temporary workers in slaughterhouses. The ban will not apply, however, to companies with fewer than 50 employees. BMC PUBLIC HEALTH 26/08/20 Protocol of a population-based prospective COVID-19 cohort study Munich, Germany (KoCo19) Aim of KoCo19 (prospective Covid-19 cohort Munich) With the community-based household study presented in this paper, we aim to study the sero-prevalence and -incidence of SARS-CoV-2 antibodies in a representative household sample of the Munich population.

BMC PUBLIC HEALTH 26/08/20 Protocol of a population-based prospective COVID-19 cohort study Munich, Germany (KoCo19)

With this approach we will provide a constantly updated epidemiological instrument that represents the number of infections that have occurred in the city. The study may also serve as a pilot for studies in other areas of Germany and other countries. The following study questions will be addressed: