Experts say school closures were necessary to slow the spread of the coronavirus. They affected 80% of children worldwide, forcing most to study from home. The pandemic could see millions of children left behind. Can generation COVID make the grade?
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Monuments are opening as COVID restrictions are being relaxed in India. Elsewhere, Japan is pondering whether to allow spectators at the Olympics. Follow DW for the latest.
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 US and Canada now allow the BioNTech-Pfizer vaccine to be administered to teenagers. Germany could follow suit this summer. But how sensible are the coronavirus vaccines for those under 18?
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