Whereas in March and April the number of diagnoses and deaths still rose very sharply in most places in Europe, a change was noticeable in this respect towards the end of this month. The effect of the restrictions can now also be clearly seen on these maps. In fact, in order to properly map out the corona crisis on a European level, we need to look beyond national borders. After all, major differences within individual countries can exist per region. Which is why several countries, such as Spain, the Czech Republic, and Germany, have now formulated their corona policy on a subnational level.
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