As we get closer to the Easter weekend, let’s have a look at today’s word of the day, which describes a sad time when Christians look back and remember.
From worries over other people ignoring social distancing to watching movies, this is how international residents in Germany are getting through the partial lockdown in place to stem the spread of coronavirus.
Chancellor Angela Merkel said that she sees a shimmer of hope in the coronavirus crisis, but warned against being careless and no longer heeding to social distancing rules.
Health Minister Jens Spahn has said a "gradual" return to normal life is possible in Germany after April 19th if people continue to stick to social distancing measures.
Berlin has extended measures in place to stem the spread of coronavirus up to and including April 19th. But officials say restrictions could be in place in some form throughout the year.
The global uncertainty created by coronavirus has implications for almost every area of life. For millions of people who live abroad or travel regularly that includes questions about the impact on exchange rates and money transfers.