Lebanon has extended its nationwide lockdown by two weeks in a desperate effort to fight the spread of the coronavirus. Residents are not even allowed outside to shop for groceries. The country is one of the worst-affected in the Middle East.
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Germans have started to feel worn-out by the coronavirus lockdown. Psychiatrists and psychologists have warned that a further extension could have severe long-term effects on society and mental health.
The airline wants Australia's vaccination program to be "effectively complete" before it resumes global travel. Meanwhile, Hungary is facing its worst two weeks since the onset of the pandemic. Follow DW for more.
Many countries are reporting more new COVID-19 infections. And data for the global picture shows: the pandemic is far from over. DW's weekly statistics update.
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