The coronavirus has forced millions of people into self-isolation. Many employees have to work from home for the first time, others are left to continue their jobs under dire conditions. How will this crisis change the future of work?
Circuses are among the cultural enterprises particularly affected by the COVID-19 restrictions. Small, long-established family businesses are struggling to survive — and even global giant Cirque du Soleil is suffering.
The coronavirus pandemic has hit hard on all sectors of Botswana. But for artists, social media has become the new way to connect with fans and make money.
German doctors and politicians are prepared to take in coronavirus patients from Russia. There has been no comment from Moscow, but observers in Germany are asking who will pay for their treatment.
In a Finnish study, dogs learned to recognize the distinctive odor of a coronavirus infection. In the future, dogs might be able to detect infected people in nursing homes or at airports.
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