This week, we are taking a special look at what life could be like after the pandemic. In this installment, we discuss learning from the pandemic to better prepare for existential risks with Sir Martin Rees.
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Africa's airlines have registered low passenger volumes since the onset of the COVID pandemic. The aviation industry's progress in connecting the continent over the past decade is now at stake.
China's vaccine rollout has gotten off to a slow start. Now, as Beijing tries to boost vaccination rates across the country, citizens are having doubts about the safety and efficacy of the available inoculations.
Germany and the EU are taking on record levels of new debt to help stave off the economic impact of the COVID-19 pandemic. But despite the risk, the current situation can't be compared with the last EU financial crisis.
Americans will be advised not to travel to over 160 countries due to "unprecedented risk" from COVID-19. Meanwhile, the UK wants to boost global preparedness for the next pandemic. Follow DW for the latest.
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