Social inequality has had an impact on Americans in the coronavirus crisis. German epidemiologist Dirk Brockmann talks about health disparities in the US.
Madrid and Barcelona, the Spanish cities with the highest COVID-19 death tolls, have partially relaxed their lockdowns. Meanwhile, Germany has seen its economy pushed into recession. Follow DW for the latest.
In a bid to draw investment and boost industry in the aftermath of the coronavirus pandemic, some Indian states have suspended most labor laws. Many fear that the moves may lead to slave-like conditions in workplaces.
The WHO "sounded the alarm" on the COVID-19 pandemic early and often, said its chief Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus, defending the agency's track record in apparent response to US criticism. Follow DW for the latest.
Germany will lift some coronavirus restrictions to reopen playgrounds, museums, galleries and parks. But Chancellor Merkel said major public events will remain prohibited. Follow DW for the latest.
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