Coronavirus drug could spark international row - Cruise industry agrees on new hygiene plan - German meat processor to stop sub-contracting
The German government has said a coronavirus vaccine may not be widely available to the public until the middle of 2021. It's warned people not to "expect a miracle." Follow DW for the latest.
Some 70,000 people in Spain's northwestern Galicia region have been given new stay-at-home orders following a surge in cases. Infections have also been reported at slaughterhouses in Austria. Follow DW for the latest.
Thousands of Israelis have once again taken to the streets to protest the government's handling of the pandemic. Travelers arriving in the UK from Spain are now required to quarantine. Follow DW for the latest.
The rate at which the virus spreads from an infected person to others has risen significantly above a critical level for keeping the pandemic in check. Germany's R-rate now stands at 2.88. Follow DW for the latest.
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