New coronavirus infections are accelerating around the world. Health officials say it's too soon to assume mortality rates won't tick up alongside case counts. What can the figures tell us about the best way to respond?
Health experts in the Gaza Strip are sounding the alarm, saying the pandemic could soon rage out of control. Hospitals there are wholly unprepared for the situation, and doctors are pleading for international help.
The WHO is worried that it will fail to reach the goals set in the fight against malaria. Death rates are expected to rise sharply again in 2020 because resources are being diverted to fighting the coronavirus pandemic.
Some African and Asian countries have considerably lower numbers of coronavirus cases than Germany. What is the reason for that and what lessons might Germany – and other countries – learn from them?
The head of the Red Cross has said vaccine misinformation could create a "second pandemic." Elsewhere, US President Donald Trump's coronavirus adviser has resigned. DW rounds up the latest developments.
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