Homeless people in Japan were once nearly invisible - the country’s Internet cafés home to some 4,000 of them. When the coronavirus struck they were thrown onto the streets as the cafés closed. Job losses have pushed even more into dire straits.
A study has revealed a so-called "infodemic" exacerbated COVID-19 suffering through the spread of rumors and conspiracy theories. The research looked into false notions such as drinking bleach and eating cow dung.
The global coronavirus death toll has exceeded 700,000, with one person dying every 15 seconds in recent weeks. Catch up with this and other latest news on the COVID-19 pandemic.
After a White House official publicly slammed Anthony Fauci, US President Trump distanced himself from the attack and boasted his "very good relationship" with the medical expert. Follow DW for the latest.
Experts believe that infection rates could be even higher in densely populated areas. Meanwhile, US President Donald Trump has admitted his country's COVID-19 outbreak will become even worse. Follow DW for the latest.
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