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The number of new coronavirus cases around the world rose by over 228,000 over the past 24 hours — setting a new record. Countries are re-implementing lockdowns as the virus spreads. Follow DW for the latest.
Despite a lack of tourists and income because of the coronavirus, locals in northern Kenya are sticking together to protect their wildlife. But elephant sanctuary manager Moses Lenaipa tells DW it's an uphill battle.
Some African countries have been criticized for not issuing accurate data on COVID-19. For structural reasons, data gathering is more of a challenge in Africa than in Europe. But that's not the main problem, experts say.
Scientists at the University of Cape Town have developed a coronavirus tracing app for emerging markets — designed to help prevent the spread of COVID-19. However, implementing the app has been proving difficult.
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