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Germany: Koch Institute’s new labs for research on high-risk diseases

German Chancellor Angela Merkel visited a newly-built high-security laboratory of the Robert Koch Institute, Germany's premiere institute for monitoring and researching diseases, that will be used for research into infectious diseases and other high-risk bacteria and viruses.

Germany: Koch Institute’s new labs for research on high-risk diseases
German Chancellor Angela Merkel tours a newly-built high-security laboratory that will be used for research into infectious diseases and other high-risk bacteria and viruses at the Robert Koch Institute at the Seestrasse campus on February 3, 2015 in Berlin, Germany. The Robert Koch Institute is Germany's premiere institute for monitoring and researching diseases and receives federal funding. (Getty Images)
Germany: Koch Institute’s new labs for research on high-risk diseases
German Chancellor Angela Merkel tours a newly-built high-security laboratory that will be used for research into infectious diseases and other high-risk bacteria and viruses at the Robert Koch Institute at the Seestrasse campus on February 3, 2015 in Berlin, Germany. The Robert Koch Institute is Germany's premiere institute for monitoring and researching diseases and receives federal funding. (Getty Images)
Germany: Koch Institute’s new labs for research on high-risk diseases
German Chancellor Angela Merkel tours a newly-built high-security laboratory that will be used for research into infectious diseases and other high-risk bacteria and viruses, alongside ministers Barbara Hendricks and Hermann Grohe and RKI President Reinhard Burger at the Robert Koch Institute at the Seestrasse campus on February 3, 2015 in Berlin, Germany. The Robert Koch Institute is Germany's premiere institute for monitoring and researching diseases and receives federal funding. (Getty Images)
Germany: Koch Institute’s new labs for research on high-risk diseases
German Chancellor Angela Merkel tours a newly-built high-security laboratory that will be used for research into infectious diseases and other high-risk bacteria and viruses, alongside ministers Barbara Hendricks and Hermann Grohe and RKI President Reinhard Burger at the Robert Koch Institute at the Seestrasse campus on February 3, 2015 in Berlin, Germany. The Robert Koch Institute is Germany's premiere institute for monitoring and researching diseases and receives federal funding. (Getty Images)
Germany: Koch Institute’s new labs for research on high-risk diseases
German Chancellor Angela Merkel tours a newly-built high-security laboratory that will be used for research into infectious diseases and other high-risk bacteria and viruses, alongside ministers Barbara Hendricks and Hermann Grohe and RKI President Reinhard Burger at the Robert Koch Institute at the Seestrasse campus on February 3, 2015 in Berlin, Germany. The Robert Koch Institute is Germany's premiere institute for monitoring and researching diseases and receives federal funding. (Getty Images)