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Bus and train services have been suspended to contain a COVID-19 outbreak. Meanwhile, Australia and New Zealand have purchased more vaccines as the countries struggle with new cases. DW has the latest.
Under the new plan, all US federal workers and contractors must be vaccinated against COVID-19. Washington will also require companies with 100 or more employees to ensure their staff are vaccinated or tested regularly.
Experts in South Africa are testing a new coronavirus variant to determine if it poses a threat. Germany's infection rate has fallen for the first time since early July. Follow DW for the latest.
The EU's infections diseases organization has downplayed the need for booster shots. Meanwhile, African leaders have moved to stop vaccines produced on the continent being exported to Europe. DW has the latest.
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