If we want to eliminate COVID-19, we need a vaccine. Vaccine developers all around the world are hard at work and there's a few different approaches they're taking.
Chancellor Angela Merkel said that although Germany is still at the beginning of the pandemic, the country has been able to get a better grip on the outbreak. Follow DW for the latest.
A possible vaccine against the strain of coronavirus causing the COVID-19 pandemic has seen early signs of success in China. However, we are "still a long way from a vaccine for all," a Beijing scientist warned.
In a Finnish study, dogs learned to recognize the distinctive odor of a coronavirus infection. In the future, dogs might be able to detect infected people in nursing homes or at airports.
Thuringia could become the first state to completely lift restrictions aiming to slow the spread of coronavirus. State premier Bodo Ramelow has triggered a heated debate on whether this is a sensible local response.
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