New infections are surging across Europe, especially in big cities. Is a second lockdown inevitable? Guests: Mira Fricke (DW), Martin Mair (DLF), Richard Friebe (Der Tagesspiegel)
As the coronavirus continues its grip on the world, scientists across the globe are working to find a viable vaccine. Several candidates are in the final stages of testing, but researchers warn it could still take years.
A government-appointed team of scientists has claimed that COVID-19 in India may have already peaked and will run its course by February next year. Independent health experts are cautiously optimistic.
Despite a hefty spike in coronavirus cases, Russian authorities insist neither a full lockdown nor quarantine measures are necessary. And among people in hard-hit Moscow, there is very little fear of the pandemic.
Almost five months after Slovenian and US military planes flew over Slovenia in honor of front-line health care workers, the situation in Slovenia is much worse than during the first wave of the coronavirus pandemic.
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