The coronavirus reached South America with some delay after Asia, Europe and the US, but now SARS-CoV-2 is spreading rapidly there. Epidemiologist Dirk Brockmann on the development of these new COVID-19 hotspots.
As Indians board domestic flights, protocols are being put in place to protect passengers. However, some travelers say they feel unsafe as rules are ignored and airlines play down health risks.
Brazil's President Jair Bolsonaro has said in an interview that his latest coronavirus test came back positive. The leader's often cavalier attitude to the virus in recent weeks had already raised eyebrows.
The community at the center of a COVID-19 outbreak at a German meat-processing plant will remain on lockdown as contagion rates remain high, officials said. Authorities are still confident they can contain the spread.
US travelers might soon be among those unable to travel to the EU, as the country struggles with its rising COVID-19 caseloads. Meanwhile, Germany has introduced lockdowns in two districts. Follow DW for the latest.
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