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It wasn’t the beer
Ingo Niermann
13 June 2022
published in Issue One

How could it be that despite decades of rigorous European unification, of open borders and largely adjusted standards of living, a virus was able to kill up to 40 times more people in one country than in another, only a few hundred kilometers away?

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