To stop another wave of the coronavirus, vaccinations are needed worldwide simultaneously. Yet, while rich countries have high vaccination rates, emerging countries are lagging behind. The costs are enormous for them.
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A new survey by Transparency International has found that 29% of EU residents used well-connected friends or family to receive medical care during the pandemic. At least 6% of people paid bribes to access health care.
Amid record-breaking new infection rates, authorities have reimposed a lockdown in and around the capital.
Social distancing rules in the UK have been extended by a month as delta variant-driven cases continue to rise. Meanwhile, Germany has recorded its lowest daily numbers in months. Follow the latest with DW.
Production faults in Baltimore have left Germany 6.5 million doses short. Germany's health ministry is demanding substitute deliveries by July.
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Norway's FM Ine Eriksen Søreide talks about global efforts to roll out COVID-19 vaccines to poorer countries.
As Germany's COVID vaccination campaign is continuing at full speed, authorities have ended the system of strict priority lists. Now, anyone above the age of 12 will be able to register for a coronavirus jab.
Germany has recorded its lowest daily number of new coronavirus cases since September last year. As restrictions are gradually eased, calls are growing for some mask rules to be lifted.
From June 7, everybody in Germany will be able to register for a coronavirus vaccine. So, is a fair and just system, with priority lists for high-risk groups, being replaced by a free-for-all?
Disabled and homeless people as well as welfare benefit recipients were nearly the recipients of unfit face masks, according to a magazine report.
Africa has the lowest vaccination rate of all continents. African countries have received few doses so far. But, even when doses are available, some countries struggle to get people vaccinated.
Peru's COVID death toll is more than twice as high as originally thought. The pandemic is hitting South America hard.
If the coronavirus pandemic continues to spread worldwide, vaccines could become ineffective and strains could escape immunity. The right vaccines need to go to the places where they are needed.
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Out of 1.6 billion shots given so far, only 0.3% have gone to the poorest countries.
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Why have nearly 8% of Americans who have received their first vaccine shot not returned for their second dose?
Russia's COVID-19 vaccine has been approved for use in dozens of countries, but it remains controversial.
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