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The United States is set to welcome international travelers who are fully vaccinated as of November 8. Proof of vaccination of US-approved or WHO emergency use authorized vaccines will be accepted. Follow DW for more.
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Rich nations must stop being greedy with vaccines if they want the pandemic to end, WHO chief scientist Dr. Soumya Swaminathan told DW. Sharing vaccines, tools, and treatments is the only way to stop new variants.
The number of COVID-19 cases in Germany has risen sharply in the past week, reaching the previous milestone of 100 cases per 100,000 people. This time around, though, it's the number of hospitalizations that count.
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Unvaccinated Austrians could face new restrictions if pressure on the country's intensive care beds worsens. Follow DW for more.
BioNTech and Pfizer and said their vaccine is highly effective among children in the 5-11-year age group. Follow DW for the latest.
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COVID-19 infection and mortality rates currently vary vastly across Europe. What is the situation with vaccine uptake and coronavirus restrictions? And what might be expected in the different countries this winter?
The coronavirus infection rate in the German capital is at its highest for five months, and young people are now the most likely to get infected. But socializing, clubbing and university classes are all going ahead.
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