A skiing trip, a church gathering or choir practice — events that were all occasions of coronavirus "super-spreading." Finding coronavirus super-spreaders may be key to halting a second wave.
The fact that only a few highly infectious people are responsible for the spread of the novel coronavirus sounds dramatic. But knowing that may also make it easier to design a targeted strategy to handle the pandemic.
New US studies show viral loads of the coronavirus are especially high among children and youths, who can unknowingly spread it for weeks. What could that mean for schools trying to reopen?
The UN body announced that over 1.4 million infections of COVID-19 are accounted for by health care sector workers, at least 10% of all cases. EU leaders have met to discuss a recovery package. Follow DW for the latest.
Spain has recorded more deaths than any country except Italy, with global fatalities surpassing 20,000. The German parliament has approved a multi-billion euro coronavirus aid package. Follow DW for the latest.
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