What's coming next in the coronavirus pandemic? Which countries are the cause for most concern? And when will it all be over? Germany's most prominent virologist, Christian Drosten, gives his prognosis.
Chancellor Angela Merkel has warned Germans to stay at home and reduce all unnecessary contact and travel after the number of infections hit a new record high. The country's death toll also passed 10,000 on Saturday.
There are currently five documented cases of patients around the world being infected with SARS-CoV-2 for a second time. Scientists are trying to understand what this means for our chances of gaining immunity.
Sniffles, cough, sore throat and fever — as the initial symptoms are often similar, the anxious question quickly arises: Do I just have a cold or am I infected with the coronavirus?
Chancellor Angela Merkel warned Germany was "already in a phase of exponential growth." Rules on wearing face masks and on how many people can meet have been tightened.
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