Companies around the world are scrambling to find a vaccine for COVID-19. Here’s a look at some of the methods, old and new, that scientists are using to get there.
One in two Germans would vaccinate against the virus, if a vaccine were to be made available, according to a survey released by YouGov. One in five said they would not be vaccinated.
The German government has said it would lift travel restrictions to the 26 EU countries as well as others by June 15 — circumstances owing to the pandemic permitting. Follow DW for the latest.
Toyko is bringing back some lockdown measures, urging people to stay home after a spike in cases. Elsewhere, former high-ranking politicians have called for a G20 summit to help poor countries. Follow DW for the latest.
The pharmaceutical industry has often been castigated, especially in the US, for being profit-driven. Now, many are saying the coronavirus crisis offers a perfect opportunity to the industry to boost its image.
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