As the US becomes the first country to allow COVID jabs for children aged 12 and over, DW zooms in on Alaska, which has had tremendous success with its vaccination rollout.
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Amid a "dramatic" rise in coronavirus cases, Moscow now requires employees in industries that provide services to a large number of people to be fully vaccinated by August 15.
The Wuhan-based scientist says claims the virus came from her lab are baseless. Meanwhile, India has begun easing restrictions after cases fell below a million for the first time in two months. Follow DW for latest.
The Thai government has been struggling to contain a new, more potent coronavirus outbreak that has seen cases in the country nearly quadruple and deaths increase six-fold since early April.
Social distancing rules in the UK have been extended by a month as delta variant-driven cases continue to rise. Meanwhile, Germany has recorded its lowest daily numbers in months. Follow the latest with DW.
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