The coronavirus is a respiratory disease, attacking the lungs and other organs in an attempt to infect its host. Scientists now believe it benefits from fine particulate matter caused by air pollution.
When coronavirus deniers pose as victims of alleged Nazi methods to justify their actions, it's all about the prerogative of interpretation. We have to stand up to such nonsense, says Martin Muno.
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.
The German chancellor has called for greater efforts in securing an affordable vaccine across the globe. Despite a pledge made by G20 leaders, she said she was still concerned that no formal agreements have been struck.
Tighten the screws in a bid to salvage some semblance of normalcy at Christmas: That seems to be the essence of a new COVID strategy for December reportedly developed by Germany's regional leaders.
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