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“Germany puts on crowded concerts to study risks”

BBC/Aug. 22, 2020 by Staff


“Scientists in Germany have held three pop concerts in a single day to investigate the risks posed by mass indoor events during the pandemic. About 1,500 healthy volunteers aged between 18 and 50 - only a third of the expected number - took part. But the head of the study, which was carried out in Leipzig by Halle University, said he was "very satisfied" with how the event unfolded. Singer-songwriter Tim Bendzko agreed to perform at all three successive gigs. The study came as Germany recorded its highest number of Covid-19 infections since…READ MORE


KEY TAKEAWAY: New crowded audience survey promises fresh data in fall


https://www.bbc.com/news/world-europe-53875370


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