To date, more than half of COVID-19 deaths have been in Europe. But some countries have been better than others at flattening the curve, and are now taking small steps back towards normality.
Austria was one of the first EU countries to lock down on March 14. 33-year-old Chancellor Sebastian Kurz has been widely praised for his decisive approach, which has been credited with keeping the country’s death rate relatively low
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