As more and more countries report new cases of the coronavirus, fears are growing that it could become a global pandemic. DW looks at how countries from Europe to Asia are confronting the threat of COVID-19.
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 leaders have wished the UK PM a speedy recovery after he was moved to the ICU at a London hospital. In Germany, Angela Merkel said it was too soon to consider halting social distancing. Follow DW for more.
The US state of New York has recorded 630 new coronavirus deaths, its biggest day-to-day jump since the outbreak began. Despite its lower death toll, Germany has 4,000 people in intensive care. Follow DW for the latest.
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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