The German-British business community is seeing light at the end of the COVID-19 tunnel, as 44% of companies currently view their own operations in the UK as performing positively or very positively. Despite increased optimism, trade barriers arising from Brexit appear to have a much larger effect than COVID-19 on the future structure of supply chains and geographical sourcing decisions.
City office blocks. Photo: Bárbara Cascão via Pixabay
From 28 April onwards, travellers from the UK to Germany will no longer need to go into quarantine. Travellers must still present proof of a negative coronavirus test and must demonstrate that they are either resident in Germany or have an otherwise urgent need to travel.
On 7 May, the German Historical Institute London are co-hosting an online workshop on Early Modern German History. Attendance is free but registration is required. Conference programme available here.
On 9 May at 19:00 BST (20:00 CEST) the SANSARA vocal ensemble will explore the White Rose through an exciting repertoire of choral music and through the resistance group's writings in new English translations by students at the University of Oxford. Tickets £5.00. Registration required.