In India, some COVID-19 patients are developing a rare but dangerous infection, "black fungus." It can spread through the body and be fatal when untreated.
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The delta variant is now present in more than 80 countries. More transmissible than the alpha variant, it is sparking concerns of further loss of lives and lockdowns.
Many countries are reporting fewer new coronavirus infections. But global data indicates that the COVID-19 pandemic is not quite over yet. DW sums up the current situation in three charts.
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India's vaccination campaign has exposed the country's deep divide between urban and rural populations. In addition, women are also falling behind in the COVID-19 inoculation drive.
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