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Life in Germany

Life in Germany

Corona Vaccine

‍Corona has kept us very busy throughout 2020 Great hopes are pinned on the COVID vaccine to pave the way out of the pandemic. Earlier than expected, the first vaccine against COVID-19 is available in Germany. However, there are many questions associated with vaccination: When and where can people get vaccinated?

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Jan 3, 2021
Life in Germany

Brexit

Corona has banished the brexite a little from the visual field. The lockdown of the Corona pandemic is being selectively relaxed. The first trips to other European countries are possible again and the first "Brexite migrants" use this regained travel opportunity immediately and are now increasingly moving from the UK to the financial centre Frankfurt.

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Jul 21, 2020
Life in Germany

Corona - Emergency Contact Addresses - Specialist Medical Practices

Basically, if you suspect that you are ill with the coronavirus, please first contact your GP by telephone. He will decide and refer you to...

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May 1, 2020
Life in Germany

Corona - How to protect oneself? What is allowed to do outside?

We keep you informed about contact addresses for emergencies, how to protect yourself and on activities that are still permitted.

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Apr 22, 2020
Life in Germany

Corona - Shop openings in Hesse - Mask obligation

From 27 April 2020 on, all everyone must wear a mouth and nose protector when using local public transport vehicles or entering shops-supermarkets.

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Apr 22, 2020
Life in Germany

Easter in Germany

Spring at last! When chocolate Easter bunnies and colourful eggs dominate the displays in the shops, then especially little sweet tooth will be happy. But if we are honest, we ask ourselves these days much too seldom: What is the origin of Easter? Where does the term come from and which Easter customs are really traditional?

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Mar 6, 2020
Life in Germany

At the pediatrician

What are the U examinations for children? In Germany, the medical care of children is a top priority. Parents are legally obliged to perform the so-called "U-examinations" with their children. These document the child's developmental steps and also serve to identify possible developmental delays in good time.

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Feb 14, 2020
Life in Germany

Other countries other customs

Different countries, different customs: Without wanting to fall into stereotypes about specific behaviour, certain country-specific peculiarities must be taken into account,which make life and cooperation easier or more pleasant for all parties.

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Feb 3, 2020
Life in Germany

How to ventilate your flat properly

How do you ventilate your home properly to prevent mould on the walls? Disagreements between landlords and tenants occur time and again. One point of dispute is the damage to the apartment walls caused by incorrectly heated and ventilated rooms. Mould stains, mould or damp walls or window panes that are wet inside.

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Feb 3, 2020
Life in Germany

Why and where should expats learn German?

Learning the German language leads to better communication with German-speaking colleagues, neighbours and perhaps also German friends (even if it is only the will shown to deal with the language)…

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Dec 20, 2019
Life in Germany

Why must broadcasting fees be paid?

Time and again our customers ask why they have to pay broadcasting fees even though they will not use German television and radio programmes, especially due to a lack of German language skills.

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Dec 20, 2019