We ask our science correspondent Derrick Williams: What lessons are we learning from COVID-19 that might help us deal with the next pandemic?
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For almost a year, Slovakia has been ruled by a coalition that pledged to clean up the "mafia state." Its chaotic strategies during the coronavirus pandemic, however, have pushed the country into a healthcare emergency.
Johnson & Johnson's one-shot COVID-19 vaccine received approval by US regulators, making it the third jab available in the country.
Critics say Brazilian President Bolsonaro played down the coronavirus for too long. A lack of central coordination to fight the pandemic has led to a huge number of deaths, which experts say were unnecessary.
March looks set to be a pivotal month as some European nations try to counter coronavirus fatigue by reopening certain business sectors. While it’s good news for some, others are facing even harsher regulations.
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