A global threat calls for a global response. Scientists around the world are hard at work on a vaccine against coronavirus, and in Berlin, physicists are investigating how to reduce the spread of the respiratory disease.
Australia's national science agency will test two vaccine candidates over the next three months. It is part of a global race to halt the coronavirus pandemic.
Turkey has put more effort into containing the flow of information about COVID-19 cases than it has into containing the spread of the virus. But transparency and press freedom are crucial to fight it, says Miray Erbey.
British Prime Minister Boris Johnson has been hospitalized 10 days after testing positive for coronavirus. Germany now has more than 100,000 cases of COVID-19. Follow DW for more.
World Health Day is in part a celebration of the founding of the World Health Organization (WHO) on April 7, 1948. What role has the WHO played across the globe since then?
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