We ask science correspondent Derrick Williams how the pandemic will affect children and teenagers long-term.
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So far, Germans seem to think they have weathered the COVID-19 pandemic relatively well. That sentiment is reflected in the latest Deutschlandtrend survey on fears and concerns with the government response to the crisis.
We are all now washing our hands umpteen times a day and being careful about hygiene and physical distancing. This is not new for people with OCD, for whom it has long been part of their everyday lives.
After a White House official publicly slammed Anthony Fauci, US President Trump distanced himself from the attack and boasted his "very good relationship" with the medical expert. Follow DW for the latest.
Chancellor Merkel is to dicuss the pandemic with all of Germany's 16 state premiers this week for the first time in 10 weeks. Germany may ditch its localized response and approve national measures as cases rise again.
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