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After being battered by the COVID-19 pandemic, infections in Brazil are falling due to high vaccination rates. Some here are even hoping the country can hold its iconic Carnival again. But, experts urge caution.
In her final podcast, the outgoing chancellor urged Germany to "take this treacherous virus seriously" and get protected. Some 69% of the population is fully vaccinated against COVID-19, compared to 80% in Spain.
The head of Germany's top vaccine body has said vaccine manufacturers would likely need a few months before they could create a vaccine for the omicron variant. DW has the latest.
Football stadiums across Germany will once again restrict access to spectators as the country copes with another coronavirus wave. Borussia Dortmund vs. Bayern Munich will take place in front of just 15,000 fans.
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