In Dresden, the fate of the 'Striezelmarkt', Germany's oldest Christmas market is being decided. The traders, whose stalls have almost all been set up, are nervously awaiting the authorities' decision: will the market go ahead in spite of ever increasing Covid-19 infection numbers? The event, which attracts more than three million visitors a year, accounts for more than 50% of their turnover.
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