In South Africa, schools have reopened after weeks of shutdown amid the country's coronavirus outbreak. Not everyone is pleased about the decision: Teachers' unions have warned the school system isn't equipped to keep students and teachers safe.
The school holidays are coming to an end in parts of Germany. The authorities want a return to "normal" school life. But that's easier said than done.
UN Secretary-General Antonio Guterres warned the pandemic caused the largest disruption of education in history. Over 160 countries have closed schools, pushing more than 1 billion students out of the classroom.
Germany's control of the coronavirus has so far been relatively successful. But now more and more infected tourists are returning to the country. And schools are opening again. Is Germany prepared?
The number of intensive care patients in Belgium has spiked, and authorities say most new cases are young people. Catch up with this and other latest news on the COVID-19 pandemic.
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