The pandemic is turning the work of doctors and nurses on its head, even in Germany, where the country’s health system is facing its biggest challenge ever. For ICU nurses, the work is not only physically draining, but also emotionally.
Western universities are expecting a massive drop in international student enrollment due to the pandemic. Germany's zero tuition fees, top health care system and coronavirus response could help it weather the storm.
Some 70,000 people in Spain's northwestern Galicia region have been given new stay-at-home orders following a surge in cases. Infections have also been reported at slaughterhouses in Austria. Follow DW for the latest.
How have democracies and authoritarian regimes reacted to the novel coronavirus pandemic? A team of investigators travels the world and interviews virologists, public health experts and ordinary people to find out.
The world's wealthiest countries are competing for remdesivir, despite assurances that they would work together to develop drugs that treat COVID-19. Pharmaceuticals giant Gilead Sciences is in an enviable position.
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