China, the epicenter of the outbreak, has now reported more than 78,000 cases of the coronavirus. Meanwhile there has been a big jump in infections in South Korea and in Italy, where eleven towns are under lockdown.
British Prime Minister Boris Johnson has been hospitalized 10 days after testing positive for coronavirus. Germany now has more than 100,000 cases of COVID-19. Follow DW for more.
Life is slowly returning to normal in the Chinese city where COVID-19 is thought to have originated. However, people here aren't sure if they can trust Beijing's claims that the danger has passed.
The US state of New York has recorded 630 new coronavirus deaths, its biggest day-to-day jump since the outbreak began. Despite its lower death toll, Germany has 4,000 people in intensive care. Follow DW for the latest.
As the coronavirus outbreak in China dies down, people in Beijing begin venturing onto the streets, seeking normalcy. The longer-term economic implications of the two-month disruption remain unclear.
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