The new coronavirus has reached Europe and it's spreading. Italy's been hit the hardest
There are over 1 million confirmed coronavirus infections, according to Johns Hopkins University. Some 3.9 billion people — roughly half of everyone on Earth — are confined to their homes by the coronavirus pandemic.
NATO Secretary-General Jens Stoltenberg says the priority of the alliance is to prevent the health crisis from becoming a security crisis. Teri Schultz looks at whether it's already too late.
China is providing urgently needed assistance to Europe in the coronavirus crisis. But what is needed for the long term is a ban on the trade in wild animals. Otherwise, the next pandemic is as good as certain.
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.
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