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School re-opening, Germany’s Covid success and statistically savvy parrots

Will re-opening some schools put children or their teachers at risk? How has Germany contained the number of deaths from Covid-19? Plus we meet some statistically savvy parrots.

Risk expert David Spiegelhalter discusses whether re-opening some schools could be dangerous for children or their teachers. We ask what’s behind Germany’s success in containing the number of deaths from Covid-19. Many governments across the world are borrowing huge sums to prop up their economies during this difficult time, but with everyone in the same boat who are they borrowing from? Plus we revisit the UK’s testing figures yet again and meet some statistically savvy parrots.

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28 minutes

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  • Wed 20 May 2020 09:00
  • Sun 24 May 2020 20:00

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