Loew hopes for solution amid strict German rules for British arrivals

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Germany coach Joachim Loew is banking on the “best possible solution” to the problems caused by Germany’s strict entry rules from Britain amid the coronavirus. The issue could cloud Germany’s preparations and also affect Euro 2020 itself, with the quarter-final in Munich including a team who play their last-16 game in London. Germany has designated Britain a virus variant area, meaning only German citizens and residents can enter from Britain and even they must undergo 14-days quarantine with no chance of it being shortened. The rules apply if the person has been in Britain in the last 10 days…

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