It's not even close. Across Europe, coronavirus infections and deaths are surging in a way that has left people living here in disbelief.
Lithuania too has begun killing coronavirus-infected mink following Denmark's mass cull. Its crisis handling has led Danish premier Mette Fredriksen to apologize in tears as cadavers resurfaced at a mass grave.
There are a growing number of studies looking at the effect of micronutrients on people infected with SARS-CoV-2. Vitamin D seems to be a promising candidate for reducing the severity of COVID-19. DW looks at the facts.
Nearly a year has passed since Corona became known worldwide. Since then, researchers have discovered much about the virus and have made progress combatting it. Here are the most important points.
Germany has reported a record daily coronavirus death rate, while an Italian proposal to shut all ski resorts across the EU has drawn mixed reactions. DW rounds up the latest.
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