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On Germany: 11 April 2020
This podcast takes you to several cities/countries affected by COVID-19 to discuss social, economic, and political challenges facing their societies, with emphasis on the most vulnerable groups and on what this pandemic reveals about the human condition (wow, big phrase). Based on personal and incisive conversations with various interlocutors on location, we hope both to learn from others and to provide some solace as we address how we are collectively experiencing and dealing with similar challenges.
We will be speaking with our guests, one or several at a time, via Skype, and will try to have brief, informative, and non-draining calls within 20-30 minutes.
Look out for upcoming episodes in the coming week(s). Listen to the previous episodes in the series on Gaza here, Dublin here, Cairo here, the first interview on Iran here, the second interview on Iran here, on San Francisco here, on Doha here, on Vancouver here, and on punishment in Palestine here.
Hosted by Noura Erakat and Bassam Haddad Production Set by Khalid Namez Edited by Alicia Rodriguez Directed by Bassam Haddad Research by Naim Mousa Stats: Germany
Total cases: 125,452 Total deaths: 2,871 Total recovered: 57,400 Total active cases: 65,181 Total in serious/critical condition: 4,895 Total cases per 1 million people: 1,497 Total deaths per 1 million people: 34 Total tests carried out: 1,317,887 Tests per 1 million people: 15,730 First recorded case was on January 27. Placed an order for 10,000 ventilators. 40,000 intensive care units across the country.
Hosted by Noura Erekat and Bassam Haddad Production Set by Khalid Namez Edited by Alicia Rodriguez Directed by Bassam Haddad Research by Naim Mousa