The coronavirus crisis has altered many perceptions of companies and products. Until recently, solutions to problems were seen almost exclusively in apps and software. But that has changed.
Is that a smile, a grimace or a mocking grin? Thanks to the coronavirus, many parts of the worlds are beginning to get used to wearing a protective face mask. Suddenly, we're having to use our eyes more to communicate.
Museums are slowly opening again as the coronavirus lockdowns are being eased. There are strict hygiene regulations — and they have advantages.
Coronaviruses, like other viruses, are tiny — far too small to get caught in most textiles. To prevent them penetrating a mask filter, engineers have to use various physical tricks.
The figure is a major boost to the Madrid government as it prepares to further ease curbs next week. Elsewhere, two countries have threatened residents with jail for not wearing face masks. Follow DW for the latest.
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