As Pakistan struggles to combat a rapid surge in COVID-19 cases, it seems its administered Kashmir region has had more success in fighting the outbreak – at least for now.
Despite the prevalence of daily new infections, many people are reluctant to abide by the government's health safety guidelines. Experts fear a severe crisis if the rules are not enforced strictly.
Millions of doses of the University of Oxford's vaccine candidate are being churned out by the Serum Institute of India. DW looks at how the vaccine maker can produce on such a large scale.
More than a million people around the world have died from COVID-19. France, the Netherlands and several other European countries have tightened restrictions amid a surge in infections. Read all the latest here.
Up to 38 million people in East Asian and Pacific countries will be pushed into poverty by the coronavirus crisis, the World Bank has said. It will be the region's first increase in poverty in 20 years.
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