COVID-19 brought travel to a virtual standstill around the world, with people stranded in holiday resorts and on business trips. But the global travel shutdown has also left some international students high and dry. Here's the story of two of them.
Germany's control of the COVID-19 pandemic has so far been relatively successful. But now more and more infected tourists are returning to the country. And schools are opening again. Is Germany prepared?
Southern Indian state Kerala was lauded for its tackling of the pandemic. However, a recent rise in cases has raised questions over the state's response to COVID-19.
Media reports show that many New Yorkers, Londoners and Parisians are moving to the countryside to escape the pandemic. But what about Berliners?
Germany has announced that all arrivals arriving from risk areas will have to undergo a coronavirus test upon entering the country, beginning on Saturday. DW explains what this means for travelers to Germany.
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