The children are the collateral damage of the pandemic

BerlinFor a few weeks now I’ve been looking at the Corona numbers like a car accident: You can see it coming, but you can’t brake anymore. I’m horrified, but I can’t look the other way. Of course not. I have two small children, one goes to daycare, the other goes to first grade. Every day I pick her up in the afternoon and hope that everything has gone well again. That neither of them was infected. And get sick. And infects us. So that we get sick too. And nobody can take care of them anymore.

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