When I visited the German capital in February, I found the city a little bit more than a little sleepy.
That’s because a city that has a population of 1.2 million is still struggling to recover from the financial crisis that began in 2008.
The city’s unemployment rate is almost 20 percent.
There is a very limited public transportation network.
The government has made some progress on rebuilding the economy and improving services.
And the German population has grown at a modest rate in recent years.
But what has become clear to me over the past year is that the city of Hamburg has been unable to grow in the way it should.
The German city’s problems are a direct result of its lack of an economic recovery plan.
I was struck by the amount of time that had elapsed since Hamburg’s unemployment was at its lowest point.
And this is a city with a population that is over 40 percent of its population.
In addition to unemployment, the city also has serious challenges from a public health standpoint.
According to a recent survey, 40 percent or more of Hamburg’s residents live below the poverty line.
That is higher than any other German city, including Berlin, Munich, and Frankfurt.
According the latest data, in 2015, Hamburg’s population was slightly over 5.2 percent lower than in 2010.
This is due in part to the closure of the city’s airport and the closure, in 2017, of the entire city of Schanzen.
Hamburg’s health problems are compounded by the fact that, like many German cities, Hamburg is also home to many immigrants.
A significant number of these people have become infected with the coronavirus.
The number of newly infected people has also increased dramatically, from more than 1,000 in 2016 to more than 5,000 this year.
In 2016, there were more than 500,000 new infections, and this number has grown by more than 10 percent this year, according to the Hamburg State Health Ministry.
In a way, the recent outbreaks are the result of an epidemic that is not yet over.
And as of this week, the outbreak has spread to the other German cities of Cologne and Berlin.
The problem is that while Germany has seen a significant decrease in the number of new infections in recent months, the number in Hamburg has increased dramatically.
In February, the rate of new cases in Hamburg was 1.8 per 100,000 people.
In March, the figure was 3.5.
In April, it was 3 per 100.
In May, it jumped to 3.8.
By June, it had jumped to 6.4.
By July, it reached 8.7.
And by August, it hit 9.7, according the German federal statistics office.
The trend is not going away.
But there are steps the city can take right now to help the residents of Hamburg.
The first step is to set up a joint government-community health partnership.
This would include a joint police-community response and a joint task force that would include health professionals from different departments, such as social services, the police, and the fire departments.
In Hamburg, this task force has already started working.
Hamburg Mayor Christian Uhl recently set up the Hamburg Police and Community Health Center, an office where local people can get help with their health and mental health.
This has been very effective.
The center is staffed by a team of more than 200 people, most of whom have worked in health care and public health for years.
This year, the center received more than $100,000 from the state, according.
The goal is to expand this work to include social services and provide support to local businesses.
This joint work will also be an important step for Hamburg.
For the city, it is important to build trust with people.
And so, Hamburg will be able to implement its own public health strategies.
In fact, this is an opportunity for the city to show that it is not afraid of new outbreaks, said Mayor Uhl.
So what should the city do now?
There are many steps that Hamburg can take to improve its health.
The first step would be to make sure that it has a robust public health strategy that focuses on prevention.
Hamburg has already implemented a very strong public health approach.
The mayor’s goal is for all municipalities to adopt the same policy and work to ensure that people in Hamburg have access to safe health care.
That is the same strategy that the German government has been using to fight Ebola.
The Hamburg government has taken several steps in Hamburg to help ensure that its residents have access.
For example, the mayor and his cabinet have recently made it a priority to make public transportation more accessible to the homeless population, which is a major problem in Hamburg.
Additionally, the government has launched a pilot program for the construction of a high-speed train between Hamburg and Berlin to connect the two cities.
The train will run for about 20 minutes each way, and will be fully automated and