German Chancellor Angela Merkel warned this Friday that the coronavirus pandemic will bring difficult times with the arrival of Lotus and Winter, while defending that children cannot be the “losers” of this entire crisis.
“You have to expect that many things will be even more difficult in the summer than they are now,” he said at a press conference in Berlin. During the summer, “life outside the home” allowed them freedom and relative protection from aerosols that could transmit the virus, he said.
“In the coming months we will try to keep the infection numbers low while we are back inside, be it at work, at school or at home,” he stressed, recalling that scientists work all over the world. World to develop adequate drugs and a vaccine, but none has been reached yet.
The Chancellor also sees a challenge in securing the education of children in the pandemic. “School mustn’t leave anyone behind,” he defended himself, making sure that he wanted to do everything possible to ensure that children “don’t become losers from the pandemic”.