Rocketing Covid-19 cases lead Europe back into lockdown
Authorities, despite bulking up on testing, have failed to enforce hygiene restrictions or self-isolation rules after lifting lockdowns
Berlin/Zurich — European leaders from London to Berlin face an alarming reality: lockdowns are creeping back on the agenda as the pandemic threatens the continent again.
It is a scenario many ruled out after the northern hemisphere summer, when coronavirus cases were receding across Europe and borders were reopening. A resurgence was expected but the conviction was that a targeted approach would do...