Germany’s Leipzig to organize a concert, gathering 4,000 people
Scientists to Experiment Virus Transmission on 4,000 People: Germany

German scientists have called 4,000 people to attend a concert headlined by Tim Bendzko, to study the risk of organizing mass events amid the pandemic. The participants of the experiment have to gather in Leipzig on August 22. The experiment would be carried out only on volunteers, aged 18 to 50, who test negative. The concert aims to collect data and closely assess the behavior of the audience.

Wed, 22 Jul 2020 - 01:11 PM / by Anjali Bharti

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