The coronavirus has been rampant for more than ten months. Now life has been shut down again. Is this second lockdown already having an effect? We are talking to the epidemiologist Dirk Brockmann from the Robert Koch Institute in Berlin.
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The COVID-19 pandemic has shut down economies the world over, transformed workplaces, and is now known to have infected more than 100 million people. Follow DW for the latest.
The coronavirus has raged for a year now and there seems to be no end in sight. Germany is no longer considered as an example of good pandemic management. But the worst could still be to come, says Rosalia Romaniec.
Meanwhile, several people were arrested in Sydney after defying government protocols for public gatherings during COVID-19 to protest the contentious timing of Australia Day. Follow DW for the latest.
The first person in Germany to test positive for the novel coronavirus was in late January 2020. The year that followed has changed Germany — and the rest of the world.
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