The Coronavirus Chronicle

The Coronavirus Chronicle #14: LESS WORK, MORE CUDDLE TIME

todayApril 6, 2020


As the biggest global health crisis in years threatens people around the world, turn to The Coronavirus Chronicle to find out how people in Berlin are coping.

Anastasia Schöck-Bocheński, 31, and her husband own a bar in Schöneberg, which like other non-essential businesses, is closed. But their private life is in high gear after recently welcoming their first born.

“Giving birth when a virus…is going around is definitely a challenge.”

Find out how they are coping below:


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Moritz Wolff is a professional rower who dreams of competing in the Olympics. But in the age of COVID-19 and social distancing, Wolff, along with many other German athletes, can’t keep up their normal training. Never mind that this year’s Olympic Games are postponed. We find out how he’s managing in today’s edition of The Coronavirus Chronicle.

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